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  • What is Mediation and How Can it Help Me?
    What is Mediation and How Can it Help Me?

    Before turning to a court to litigate legal issues people will attempt to use an alternative dispute resolution, which just means they will try to resolve their disputes outside of court. There are ...

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  • Mediation in a Texas family law case
    Mediation in a Texas family law case

    The image that I believe most people have of a family law case is two lawyers in a courtroom yelling at one another in a back and forth manner. The judge feverishly is banging their gavel on the bench ...

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  • Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case
    Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case

    It has become a trend in recent years for courts in southeast Texas to mandate that parties must attend at least one session of mediation (and likely more) before they ever are able to have their case ...

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  • How the combination of an experienced family law attorney and mediator can cause your divorce to resolve quickly
    How the combination of an experienced family law attorney and mediator can cause your divorce to resolve quickly

    Have you ever assumed something to be true based on your observations of the world? I think we have all have done this before a time or two. I'll give you an example. If you see weeds growing in your ...

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  • Mediation and Divorce: The whys and how of it will impact your case
    Mediation and Divorce: The whys and how of it will impact your case

    For the better part of a week, the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have shared with you all advice and perspective on divorce cases in Texas. We understand that no two divorces are ...

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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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