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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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  • Handling issues related to the Right of First Refusal in Texas family law cases
    Handling issues related to the Right of First Refusal in Texas family law cases

    The right of first refusal is an issue that comes up in family law cases that can cause even the most creative and experienced family law attorney to scratch their heads on how to proceed. ...

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  • Creative solutions to problems regarding parental rights in Texas
    Creative solutions to problems regarding parental rights in Texas

    If you are going through a difficult child custody or divorce case and are in need of practical solutions to the problems that you are facing, you have come to the right place. The Law Office of Bryan ...

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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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  • What will your child’s school do if you and your ex-spouse disagree about an educational decision?
    What will your child’s school do if you and your ex-spouse disagree about an educational decision?

    After your divorce , you and your ex-spouse will likely share (to one extent or another) the decision-making responsibilities associated with your child going to school. Sometimes that could mean a ...

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