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  • More on Child Support and Miscellaneous Divorce Information
    More on Child Support and Miscellaneous Divorce Information

    In most situations if you are the parent who is responsible for paying child support then that support payment will be docked from your paycheck however often you are paid. A wage withholding order ...

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  • Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law, Part Three
    Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law, Part Three

    Thank you for coming back to the blog for the Law Office of Bryan Fagan to read more about Enforcement actions in family law court. Today’s post will discuss how to notify an opposing party of the ...

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  • Important Information Explained Regarding Child Support and Medical Support in Texas
    Important Information Explained Regarding Child Support and Medical Support in Texas

    If you are a parent who is anticipating a divorce in your and your spouse’s futures, then you are almost undoubtedly aware that child support is going to come into play. Either you will be on the hook ...

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  • Texas Child Support Basics, Part Two
    Texas Child Support Basics, Part Two

    In our prior blog post I discussed how child support is calculated in Texas (based on net monthly income) and what counts as income . In this blog we will continue our discussion by outlining how ...

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  • How can I get child support if my ex-spouse lives outside of Texas?
    How can I get child support if my ex-spouse lives outside of Texas?

    The subject of child support is probably the most delicate one that the attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan deal with on a near daily basis. This is the case no matter if we are talking with ...

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  • Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas
    Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas

    When two married people have a child, it is presumed that the father of the child is the mother’s husband. For that presumption to be rebutted, evidence to the contrary must be produced for a Court to ...

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