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  • How Much Should A Father Pay In Child Support?
    How Much Should A Father Pay In Child Support?

    While not only fathers may be ordered to pay child, mothers too may question just how much they are supposed to be paying in child support. If you have been through the Texas family law courts ...

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  • Does Child Support End if My Child Gets a Job?
    Does Child Support End if My Child Gets a Job?

    If you are a parent paying child support, it may seem like a burden every month having your wages withheld for child support, especially since there is no way to micromanage how that support is being ...

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  • Covid-19 Coronavirus Impact on divorce and child custody in Texas
    Covid-19 Coronavirus Impact on divorce and child custody in Texas

    As if any of us needed one more thing in our lives to cause stress and disruption, the coronavirus came swooping in during the month of March and sort of knocked us for a loss. I hope that you and ...

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  • Jurisdictional issues in a Texas child support enforcement case
    Jurisdictional issues in a Texas child support enforcement case

    We left off in yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC by discussing issues related to how a court in Texas can enforce a child support order against your ex-spouse when he does ...

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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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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Modifications and Enforcements
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Modifications and Enforcements

    In general, courts are wary about modifying orders that designate the parent with the exclusive duty to determine the primary residence of a child. This is the case in large part because courts do not ...

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