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  • Winning your Texas family law case starts with having a plan
    Winning your Texas family law case starts with having a plan

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC we introduced the topic of coming up with a game-plan for your family law case and the importance of having an attorney by your side ...

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  • Follow these steps to win your Texas family law case
    Follow these steps to win your Texas family law case

    Suppose that you are going through a divorce and are beginning the process of hiring an attorney. How would you go about doing that? Would you drive up and down the busiest street in your area of town ...

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  • What does your child’s school need to do once you have been to family court?
    What does your child’s school need to do once you have been to family court?

    One of the most frequently asked questions of me in relation to people’s family law cases is what their child’s school needs to do in relation to their newly produced family court orders . Many of ...

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  • Joint Custody and Child Support in your Texas divorce
    Joint Custody and Child Support in your Texas divorce

    When we use the term “ joint custody ” what do we mean, exactly? Custody as a word does not appear in the Texas Family Code even once. It is a term that we use to combine all aspects of parenting ...

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  • The rights of Lesbian, Gay and Transgender parents in Texas family law cases
    The rights of Lesbian, Gay and Transgender parents in Texas family law cases

    In an era where lesbian, gay and transgender persons are working towards gaining more widespread acceptance of their lifestyles it would only make sense for the legal system to follow suit and honor ...

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  • The role of the non offending parent in a Child Protective Services case
    The role of the non offending parent in a Child Protective Services case

    Supposed that you are a parent of a child who was recently removed by CPS from your home. What’s more, now CPS has gone to court and asked a judge for an order that allows them to keep conservatorship ...

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