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  • Balancing life, work and your children after a divorce
    Balancing life, work and your children after a divorce

    In today’s world, it is common for both parents to work. Gone are the days where mom stayed home to raise the kids and tend to the home while dad went out into the world to earn a living for his ...

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  • Virtual Visitation: What it means and why it matters to Texas families
    Virtual Visitation: What it means and why it matters to Texas families

    For families where all of its members do not live under the same roof, technology can greatly enhance the bond between parents and children. Gone are the days where the only ways to get in touch with ...

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  • What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?
    What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?

    Many of you that went through divorces a few years ago are having to go back to court due to your or your ex-spouse having filed for a modification of some portion of your Final Decree of Divorce. ...

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  • Full Custody: What it means to you and what it can mean for your child custody case
    Full Custody: What it means to you and what it can mean for your child custody case

    Many, many potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have walked into a free of charge consultation with me and have let me know that their number one goal for their divorce or child custody ...

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  • Skype with your children when in-person visitation is not possible
    Skype with your children when in-person visitation is not possible

    Technology, for the most part, is great. Not only have technological improvements and innovations aided science, medicine and the business worlds but our everyday lives have been improved as well. ...

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  • Texas Divorce and Virtual Parenting or Electronic Access to Children
    Texas Divorce and Virtual Parenting or Electronic Access to Children

    Something that most people and the courts can agree upon is that it is important to spend time with your children. This sentiment can be found in Section 153.001 of the Texas Family Code which ...

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