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  • Tips on maintaining a social media presence during your divorce
    Tips on maintaining a social media presence during your divorce

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan we introduced the topic of social media use- both leading up to and during your divorce . If you have not already done so I would recommend ...

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  • Virtual Visitation: What it means and why it matters to Texas families
    Virtual Visitation: What it means and why it matters to Texas families

    For families where all of its members do not live under the same roof, technology can greatly enhance the bond between parents and children. Gone are the days where the only ways to get in touch with ...

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  • Family Comes First: A Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas
    Family Comes First: A Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

    The Holiday Season is upon us. Purchasing gifts, figuring out plans with family and decorating the house are just a few of the many, many obligations that each of us will likely engage in during the ...

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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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  • How Technology Can Impact a Divorce in Texas
    How Technology Can Impact a Divorce in Texas

    Divorce , when you get right down to it, can be a pretty routine process. If a couple has property of any sort- a house, a car, bank accounts- those items get divided up between the parties either by ...

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  • Texas Divorce and Virtual Parenting or Electronic Access to Children
    Texas Divorce and Virtual Parenting or Electronic Access to Children

    Something that most people and the courts can agree upon is that it is important to spend time with your children. This sentiment can be found in Section 153.001 of the Texas Family Code which ...

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