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  • The Office of the Attorney General and their relationship to noncustodial parents
    The Office of the Attorney General and their relationship to noncustodial parents

    If you are a father to a child and are not together with the child’s mother you may have questions about how you can positively impact your child’s life. Maybe the mother won’t let you see the child ...

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  • What happens if a court order paternity test shows you are the father of the child?
    What happens if a court order paternity test shows you are the father of the child?

    If there is a question as to who the biological father of a child is then it is likely that there will be a lawsuit filed in order to determine parentage . Either the Office of the Attorney General ...

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  • What does an Acknowledgment of Paternity actually say?
    What does an Acknowledgment of Paternity actually say?

    For the past couple days we have discussed paternity issues on our blog. An important document that is related to paternity is an Acknowledgment of Paternity (AOP). This is the form that you and your ...

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  • How can you establish paternity of your child in Texas?
    How can you establish paternity of your child in Texas?

    There is more than one way to skin a cat and there is more than one way to establish paternity in Texas. Let’s start off today’s blog post by going through each of the three options. As an aside, I ...

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  • What is paternity fraud and how can it affect your child?
    What is paternity fraud and how can it affect your child?

    Paternity fraud occurs when a mother tells a man that her child is the man’s biological offspring despite knowing that either the man is not the father of the child or he may not be the father of the ...

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  • DNA Testing and its Impact on Paternity Determinations in Texas
    DNA Testing and its Impact on Paternity Determinations in Texas

    A former client of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC had a pretty nasty situation fall upon him that required the help of a family law attorney . This gentleman was minding his own business one day ...

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