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  • Got questions about Texas divorces? We've got the answers you need to know
    Got questions about Texas divorces? We've got the answers you need to know

    Whether you are curious about divorce in Texas and are just wanting to learn more about the process or are about to start interviewing attorneys, it is wise for you to know as much as possible about ...

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  • Going to a trial in a family law case: What Texas fathers need to know
    Going to a trial in a family law case: What Texas fathers need to know

    If you are quickly approaching a trial in your family law case, or anticipate doing so, today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan should be especially interesting to you. Specifically, I ...

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  • Parenting roles and responsibilities as determined in Texas family court
    Parenting roles and responsibilities as determined in Texas family court

    When you go through a family law case in Texas, you are establishing parental rights and responsibilities. In addition, the time that you can spend with your child will also be determined. It is a bit ...

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  • Safety, Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Helping yourself through a Texas family law case
    Safety, Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Helping yourself through a Texas family law case

    Family law cases are among the most difficult of all areas of the law because of how intimate the subject nature is. True, you may not be worth millions of dollars like a multinational corporation but ...

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  • Family court cases and their impact on your child’s school
    Family court cases and their impact on your child’s school

    If you are involved in any sort of child custody case, it is possible that a central topic, in that case, will be the performance of your child in the classroom. Their education is something at the ...

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  • In what circumstances could your child end up living with your relative during a CPS case?
    In what circumstances could your child end up living with your relative during a CPS case?

    If you have a relative or close family friend or is able and interested in housing your child during a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case then you should speak to that person about contacting CPS. ...

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