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  • How to effectively utilize social media and text message evidence in a Texas divorce trial
    How to effectively utilize social media and text message evidence in a Texas divorce trial

    So here you are, ready to begin your divorce trial . The past few months have been not all that great for you or your family but you've finally made it to the end. What happens over the next day or ...

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  • Characterizing your assets as community or separate property through tracing
    Characterizing your assets as community or separate property through tracing

    If you are embarking upon a divorce then you probably understand that it is not an easy process to go through. One of the difficult aspects of a divorce is how to properly characterize the property ...

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  • Tips on maintaining a social media presence during your divorce
    Tips on maintaining a social media presence during your divorce

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC we introduced the topic of social media use- both leading up to and during your divorce . If you have not already done so I would ...

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  • How you can be reimbursed for past purchases during your Texas Divorce
    How you can be reimbursed for past purchases during your Texas Divorce

    Part of any divorce in Texas is figuring out how to characterize the property owned by the two spouses. If you are considering a divorce or have just been served with a petition by divorce filed by ...

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  • Hearsay exceptions in family law cases: Business Records of the Marital Household
    Hearsay exceptions in family law cases: Business Records of the Marital Household

    If you were to walk into my house and go into the closet that adjoins the master-bedroom you would find paperwork like bank statements, medical bills, daycare statements, etc. I’m sure that many of ...

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  • What can happen when you ask the Judge to talk to your teenager during a divorce
    What can happen when you ask the Judge to talk to your teenager during a divorce

    In a divorce or child custody case in Texas any child under the age of eighteen is covered by the conservatorship, possession, access and visitation sections in a Court’s order. It is the state’s ...

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