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  • What happens when a noncustodial parent suffers from a mental illness?
    What happens when a noncustodial parent suffers from a mental illness?

    Mental illnesses affect people going through divorce and child custody cases in very specific ways. If you are a parent whose spouse or significant other suffers from a mental illness then you very ...

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  • Mental impairments, family violence and how these problems affect child custody cases
    Mental impairments, family violence and how these problems affect child custody cases

    In family law cases that involve mental health issues families but not only deal with the hardships that a case presents them with, but also must handle the problems associated with the particular ...

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  • Can your parental rights be terminated in regard to your mental health?
    Can your parental rights be terminated in regard to your mental health?

    In yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we introduced the topic of mental health problems and their impact on divorces in Texas. I wanted to make sure that you were aware that ...

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  • A blog post for those facing mental health problems during a divorce
    A blog post for those facing mental health problems during a divorce

    The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan frequently utilize this space to describe just how difficult a divorce is. You may think that is counterintuitive for a family law attorney. Aren’t we ...

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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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  • Managing your family law case (and your emotions) when the opposing party is mentally incompetent
    Managing your family law case (and your emotions) when the opposing party is mentally incompetent

    In yesterday’s blog post we introduced the idea that if you have been served with divorce or child custody papers that were filed by your child’s other parent your brief thoughts regarding their ...

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