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  • How can you have your marriage found to be void in Texas?
    How can you have your marriage found to be void in Texas?

    Let’s start today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC with a story. I recently spoke with a woman who told me about a man that she had dated in high school. After high school, the ...

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  • Is a Common Law Marriage Just as Good as a Ceremonial Marriage?
    Is a Common Law Marriage Just as Good as a Ceremonial Marriage?

    Recently, I had a consult involving an informal marriage or common law marriage . The wife was concerned about what rights she had. Her story involved verbal abuse, physical abuse, and an altercation ...

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  • Texas Family Law Courts: Divorce essentials
    Texas Family Law Courts: Divorce essentials

    Today will be our third installment in the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC ’s series of blog posts on Family Law Court - what to expect from a case and how to best prepare for those situations and ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Void Marriage in Texas
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Void Marriage in Texas

    The following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Texas void marriages. The answers are general in nature and are designed to help you better understand when a marriage is ...

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  • Annulment Essentials for Texas Residents
    Annulment Essentials for Texas Residents

    One of the least common family law cases that attorneys and courts run into are annulments. Divorces , child custody cases and even adoptions are more prevalent than annulments . Let’s spend today’s ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Annulment
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Annulment

    What is an annulment? In some instances, a person may want and be able to get an annulment rather than a divorce. An annulment and divorce are different. A divorce ends a valid marriage. An annulment ...

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