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  • Will you rise or fall after your Texas divorce? Read this blog post to learn more
    Will you rise or fall after your Texas divorce? Read this blog post to learn more

    Nobody enters into a divorce with the expectation that their marriage is going to fail. You may have a doubt or a suspicion that certain elements of your relationship to your spouse could potentially ...

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  • Preparing for the end and immediate time period after your Texas divorce
    Preparing for the end and immediate time period after your Texas divorce

    One of the most difficult parts of being a family law attorney is not always having the exact right advice to give to your client at any particular moment. We can know the law, know the possible ...

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  • How VA Benefits are impacted in a Texas divorce
    How VA Benefits are impacted in a Texas divorce

    In exchange for the sacrifice, mental and physical hardships that are associated with serving our country in the military, service members and their families have available to them benefits through ...

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  • A divorce in Texas: From temporary orders onward
    A divorce in Texas: From temporary orders onward

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC we covered the initial phases of a divorce in Texas and what you can expect within them. Today we will pick up where we left off by ...

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  • Can I Revoke or Set Aside a Mediated Settlement Agreement in a Texas Divorce?
    Can I Revoke or Set Aside a Mediated Settlement Agreement in a Texas Divorce?

    A while back, a fellow attorney asked me some questions about whether a Mediated Settlement Agreement (MSA) could be revoked or set aside in a Texas Divorce. I have also debated this question before ...

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  • Moving on from divorce means tying on loose ends and looking towards the future
    Moving on from divorce means tying on loose ends and looking towards the future

    When you have at long last attended mediation for final orders or have withstood a trial for the same purpose, you probably feel a sense of relief. You may even be asking yourself if this is really ...

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