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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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  • Family court cases and their impact on your child’s school
    Family court cases and their impact on your child’s school

    If you are involved in any sort of child custody case, it is possible that a central topic, in that case, will be the performance of your child in the classroom. Their education is something at the ...

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  • When can a parent be awarded less than a Standard Possession Order in a Texas divorce?
    When can a parent be awarded less than a Standard Possession Order in a Texas divorce?

    The Standard Possession Order (SPO) is the, well, standard for possession for parents in Texas family law cases who are not designated as the person to determine the primary residence for their child. ...

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  • Coming up with possession schedules that work for your family in Texas
    Coming up with possession schedules that work for your family in Texas

    No two families are created equal. As a family law office, the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC understand this to be true in more ways than one. One of those ways is how families ...

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  • Possession Orders explained for Texas family law cases
    Possession Orders explained for Texas family law cases

    Being a parent and having to go through a family law case is one of the more stressful experiences that you can go through. After having represented so many parents over the years in cases just like ...

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  • A father's rights in the context of a child custody or divorce case in Texas
    A father's rights in the context of a child custody or divorce case in Texas

    My motivation to write this blog post and the one that preceded it (posted yesterday) was based on my experience working with dozens and dozens of good, well-intentioned fathers who feel like their ...

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