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  • How to handle child support as a non custodial parent
    How to handle child support as a non custodial parent

    A benefit of being one of the attorneys working at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is that I have the opportunity to meet with many in our community to talk to them about their problems and to see ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship for Grandparents and Custody Determinations
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship for Grandparents and Custody Determinations

    The nuclear family of the 1950s is no longer the norm in the United States if it ever was in the first place. In today’s world non-parents (including Grandparents) play larger roles in their family’s ...

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  • DNA Testing and its Impact on Paternity Determinations in Texas
    DNA Testing and its Impact on Paternity Determinations in Texas

    A former client of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC had a pretty nasty situation fall upon him that required the help of a family law attorney . This gentleman was minding his own business one day ...

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  • Can I Add My Dad's Name to My Birth Certificate If He is Dead?
    Can I Add My Dad's Name to My Birth Certificate If He is Dead?

    I get questions frequently from clients and potential clients regarding a wide range of subjects. I hear a lot of interesting things, but normally the questions do not cause me to do any mental ...

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  • Paternity Law Essentials for Texas Families
    Paternity Law Essentials for Texas Families

    When a child is born in Texas and his or her parents are not married there the child will not have a legal father. Of course, the child has an actual father but that biological father must complete ...

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  • Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas
    Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas

    When two married people have a child, it is presumed that the father of the child is the mother’s husband. For that presumption to be rebutted, evidence to the contrary must be produced for a Court to ...

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