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  • Spousal maintenance in a divorce with a disabled child
    Spousal maintenance in a divorce with a disabled child

    If you and your spouse have been married for at least ten years prior to your divorce then you are eligible to receive spousal maintenance after your divorce. Sometimes called “alimony” or “spousal ...

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  • Parenting your children through a divorce: A family law attorney's guide
    Parenting your children through a divorce: A family law attorney's guide

    A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. This well known phrase has probably been uttered to you a time or two during your life to help you to conceptualize that your first step ...

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  • Divorce with a disabled child in Texas
    Divorce with a disabled child in Texas

    From my experiences working for the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC , I have come to realize and appreciate that marriages can end even after both spouses have put in a lot of effort to maintain the ...

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  • Spousal Maintenance and Temporary Spousal Support in Texas divorces
    Spousal Maintenance and Temporary Spousal Support in Texas divorces

    Frequently referred to as “alimony” spousal maintenance is a relatively recent phenomenon. In fact, Texas was the last state in the country to create a law that allows a court to obligate a person to ...

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  • Mediation for family law cases
    Mediation for family law cases

    Is your divorce or child custody case going to go before a judge? Will you have to withstand a couple days in court in order to arrive at a conclusion to your case? These are common questions, and ...

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  • College Expenses and Child Support after divorce: Money, money, money
    College Expenses and Child Support after divorce: Money, money, money

    If you have not already done so I recommend that you go back to yesterday’s blog post and read what we were discussing about college tuition, divorce and agreeing with an ex-spouse to take on the ...

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