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  • Annulments in Texas, Part Two
    Annulments in Texas, Part Two

    In yesterday’s blog post I introduced the topic of annulments in Texas by discussing the situation of a potential client of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC who came in for a consultation last ...

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  • What to expect during your initial consultation
    What to expect during your initial consultation

    What happens during an initial consultation? When you first meet with an attorney in our office, we will obtain a history and facts about you, your spouse, and your family. The divorce attorney will ...

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  • How to Begin Your Texas Divorce
    How to Begin Your Texas Divorce

    What do I need to do to before I begin divorcing my spouse? How do I protect: My children? My privacy? My assets? What first steps should I take in my Texas divorce ? In the early stages of your ...

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  • Full Custody: What it means to you and what it can mean for your child custody case
    Full Custody: What it means to you and what it can mean for your child custody case

    Many, many potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC have walked into a free of charge consultation with me and have let me know that their number one goal for their divorce or child ...

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  • Mistakes to Avoid at the Outset of your Texas Divorce, Part Two
    Mistakes to Avoid at the Outset of your Texas Divorce, Part Two

    In part one of this series of blog posts from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC , I discussed some tips to help avoid making common mistakes at the beginning of your divorce case. I would certainly ...

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  • Taxes and Divorce: How to avoid mistakes when filing during a divorce
    Taxes and Divorce: How to avoid mistakes when filing during a divorce

    I sat and thought for a few minutes prior to writing this blog post on what title to use. After careful deliberation I determined that there is no way to make the subjects of divorce and taxes any ...

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