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  • What to expect during your initial consultation
    What to expect during your initial consultation

    What happens during an initial consultation? When you first meet with an attorney in our office, we will obtain a history and facts about you, your spouse, and your family. The divorce attorney will ...

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  • How to Begin Your Texas Divorce
    How to Begin Your Texas Divorce

    What do I need to do to before I begin divorcing my spouse? How do I protect: My children? My privacy? My assets? What first steps should I take in my Texas divorce ? In the early stages of your ...

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  • Will a DUI affect my child custody case in Texas?
    Will a DUI affect my child custody case in Texas?

    New clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC are asked to fill out some paperwork that will provide our attorneys with information about our new clients and their families. This questionnaire ...

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  • Preparing for a Temporary Orders Hearing in Texas, Part One
    Preparing for a Temporary Orders Hearing in Texas, Part One

    It happens on a somewhat frequent basis that potential new clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC will walk into our office for a consultation only a day or two before a Temporary Orders ...

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  • Texas Divorce in 7 Steps: The Initial Consultation
    Texas Divorce in 7 Steps: The Initial Consultation

    This is where it all begins…the start of a new chapter in your new life. Very few people dream or plan for a divorce as they walk down the aisle to get married. Yet at one time the U.S. Department of ...

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  • 6 things You Need to Know Before You File for Divorce in Texas
    6 things You Need to Know Before You File for Divorce in Texas

    There are the six things you must do before you act on any thoughts you have about divorce . These steps are specific to Texas divorce but can be applied to divorce in many states. It’s important to ...

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