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  • How long can spousal maintenance be ordered in a Texas divorce?
    How long can spousal maintenance be ordered in a Texas divorce?

    If you have been away from our blog for a little while then you probably missed the first few installments of our blog posts that cover the subject of spousal maintenance . Specifically, we have ...

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  • Preparing a Final Order in a divorce involving family violence
    Preparing a Final Order in a divorce involving family violence

    In a perfect world, a final decree of divorce would only be used as a fallback measure for families after a divorce has been completed. You and your ex-spouse would be able to work together to settle ...

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  • Important aspects of infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement suits
    Important aspects of infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement suits

    Our state provides attorneys with the ability to collect child support on behalf of their clients that is due and owing. The thought is that parents who do not support their children financially are ...

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  • Important yet infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement
    Important yet infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement

    If you have an ex-spouse who was ordered in your divorce to pay child support then you know all too well that feeling of unease when a payment is not received by the first of the month. It wasn’t ...

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  • How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Two
    How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Two

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC , we introduced our topic of child support cases from the noncustodial parent’s perspective. You are the non-custodial parent if your ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Punishments for the failure to pay child support
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Punishments for the failure to pay child support

    In child support enforcement cases your back is against the wall if the record from the Attorney General’s Office shows that you have not paid your support obligation in full and on time. In some ...

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