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  • Relocating from Texas after your divorce: How, Why and is it worth it?
    Relocating from Texas after your divorce: How, Why and is it worth it?

    In yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we spent some time discussing the ins and outs of conservatorship . For the most part, parents are awarded joint managing conservatorships ...

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  • What you need to think about before filing for divorce when your spouse lives outside the U.S.A.
    What you need to think about before filing for divorce when your spouse lives outside the U.S.A.

    I don’t think you could find anyone who would try to argue that filing for divorce is a pleasant process. While every step makes sense in its own way that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some things ...

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  • Resolving Child Support Disputes without going to court: A how-to guide for Texas parents
    Resolving Child Support Disputes without going to court: A how-to guide for Texas parents

    Family law cases are typically not decided in a courtroom with a judge playing tiebreaker between two parents that cannot seem to agree on anything. I know that television and movies would have you ...

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  • Do you want your child to live with you primarily? Read this blog to find out more
    Do you want your child to live with you primarily? Read this blog to find out more

    One of the most frequent questions that I receive when I am meeting with potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is whether or not that parent has a realistic opportunity to be named as the ...

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  • Do you have to pay child support in Texas if you don’t know where your child is living?
    Do you have to pay child support in Texas if you don’t know where your child is living?

    The bottom line for you as a parent to be aware of as you explore the world of Texas family law is that if you go to court and receive a court order, the odds are good that the order will mandate that ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship, the Standard Possession Order and Child Support
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Conservatorship, the Standard Possession Order and Child Support

    Sole Managing Conservatorship In yesterday’s blog post we discussed that the typical arrangement for parents coming out of a divorce is for each to be named as a Joint Managing Conservator of their ...

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