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  • What laws will apply to your multinational divorce?
    What laws will apply to your multinational divorce?

    Just because you and your spouse reside in Texas does not mean that it is only the Lone Star State whose laws could conceivably apply to your divorce . Rather, if you and your spouse have resided ...

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  • Family law in the age of mobility and migration
    Family law in the age of mobility and migration

    Houston is an international city. No, you’re not reading a blog from the Houston Chamber of Commerce. That is the sort of statement you would hear trumpeted as a means to entice people from other ...

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  • Issues relevant to international divorce cases in Texas
    Issues relevant to international divorce cases in Texas

    Are you or your spouse living outside of the United States currently? Were you married in another country and are now residing in the United States? Texas, and Houston specifically, is home to many ...

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  • Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case
    Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case

    It has become a trend in recent years for courts in southeast Texas to mandate that parties must attend at least one session of mediation (and likely more) before they ever are able to have their case ...

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  • What happens if I file for divorce in Texas but my child lives somewhere else?
    What happens if I file for divorce in Texas but my child lives somewhere else?

    Say that you and/or your spouse have resided in Texas for the past six months (sufficient for the state to have jurisdiction over your divorce) and you have filed for divorce here. However, your child ...

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  • Serving a lawsuit on a person who lives in Mexico
    Serving a lawsuit on a person who lives in Mexico

    It happens with some regularity that a client of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC will need to serve a spouse or other person who does not live in the United States. By far the most common country ...

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