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  • Nonmarital Children’s Paternity and Death of Alleged Father
    Nonmarital Children’s Paternity and Death of Alleged Father

    Recently I have had more than one person ask me about establishing paternity and doing a name change after a father has passed away. There is an automatic presumption of paternity for children who are ...

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  • How to change your name in Texas
    How to change your name in Texas

    Many people (women, mostly) will change their legal name after their divorce has been finalized. It is simple to do so in the divorce as long as the name you are asking yours to be changed to has been ...

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  • Changing your name after a Texas Divorce
    Changing your name after a Texas Divorce

    If you are seeking to change your legal name after the conclusion of your divorce then you are in luck. Today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan will focus on that topic. Seeing as how you ...

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  • Texas Family Law Courts: Protective Orders and Name Changes
    Texas Family Law Courts: Protective Orders and Name Changes

    If you have been a victim of family violence due to the actions of a spouse or person you are involved in a relationship with then you have the option to attempt to get a protective order from a ...

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  • Harris County, Texas Family Law Court - 245TH Judicial District Local Rules
    Harris County, Texas Family Law Court - 245TH Judicial District Local Rules

    As a Houston, Texas divorce and family law attorney I have had the opportunity to help service members through divorce and family law cases. In order to do this, it is important to not only be aware ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Annulment
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Annulment

    What is an annulment? In some instances, a person may want and be able to get an annulment rather than a divorce. An annulment and divorce are different. A divorce ends a valid marriage. An annulment ...

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