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  • Can a Non-Family Member Get Custody of a Child?
    Can a Non-Family Member Get Custody of a Child?

    If you are a person other than a biological parent or adoptive parent who has cared for a child for a period of time you may be wondering what legal rights, you have to that child. These people can ...

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  • Step-parent adoption in Texas: How it works and how to get started
    Step-parent adoption in Texas: How it works and how to get started

    If you are the stepparent of a child you have the ability in Texas to file a case that seeks the adoption of your stepchild. Often times your spouse (the child's biological mother or father) will join ...

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  • Parental Relationships of LGBT persons and their children
    Parental Relationships of LGBT persons and their children

    If you are the nonbiological parent to a child you should want to look for ways to legalize your relationship with your child in order to protect your rights. As a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or ...

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  • How much does it cost to adopt a child in Texas?
    How much does it cost to adopt a child in Texas?

    The decision to adopt a child is one that takes a lot of thought and consideration. If you and your spouse have tried to conceive a child together without success, or if you are incapable of doing so ...

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  • Adoption: Essential information for Texas families
    Adoption: Essential information for Texas families

    Although they come with less regularity than questions about child custody or divorce cases , people do come into the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC with questions about adoption and how our office ...

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  • Texas Family Law Courts: Adoption and Modification Cases
    Texas Family Law Courts: Adoption and Modification Cases

    For an adoption to take place the parental rights of either the child’s mother or father must first be terminated by a court. A petition for adoption would be filed in the court with jurisdiction over ...

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