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  • Taking care to protect a child from violence or drug abuse
    Taking care to protect a child from violence or drug abuse

    In many families, there are more than just the basic concerns about homework, the flu, friends and eating enough vegetables. Unfortunately, I have come to know many families who have been afflicted by ...

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  • Domestic Violence in Child Custody Cases: How will your judge view this issue?
    Domestic Violence in Child Custody Cases: How will your judge view this issue?

    When it comes to family law cases there is no circumstance that is more sad, infuriating or dangerous than that of domestic violence. It is something that, thankfully, occurs in a rather small ...

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  • Facing difficult safety issues regarding a Texas family law matter? Read this blog post
    Facing difficult safety issues regarding a Texas family law matter? Read this blog post

    The safety and well-being of you and your child are the most important things in your life. If you begin a family law case and ask a judge to make decisions for your child, he or she will do so ...

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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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  • Preparing a Final Order in a divorce involving family violence
    Preparing a Final Order in a divorce involving family violence

    In a perfect world, a final decree of divorce would only be used as a fallback measure for families after a divorce has been completed. You and your ex-spouse would be able to work together to settle ...

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  • Why mediation may not be appropriate in your divorce from an abusive spouse
    Why mediation may not be appropriate in your divorce from an abusive spouse

    If you are a consistent reader of the blog posts from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC then you know that your attorneys are big fans of mediation . Mediation is a process by which two parties to a ...

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