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How to help your children succeed in school after a divorce - Even the most resilient children will struggle to some extent when their parents divorce. The change in routine, the emotional void that is left when one parent is no longer physically there in the home and the possible feeling that their actions led to the divorce can wreak havoc on a child’s psyche. Some children are relatively disengaged from the divorce and seem to be ok, but from my experience it is these children that can b...
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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 next few weeks of the year. While this is a special and enjoyable time of the year, the obligations themselves can sometimes cloud our vision on what the most important part of the Season is and why we are doing these things in the f...
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Christmas Visitation Essentials for Texas Parents - As we approach the Holiday Season, many of you reading this blog may be about to experience Christmas or other holiday after a divorce. Whereas before you were used to and were able to experience sharing memories together with your children throughout the holidays, your life now is going to be different in that regard. This does not mean that you or your children are never going to share memories around the Christmas tree or the dinner tab...
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Divorce when economic times are tough - The number one cause of divorces in the United States has to do with money problems and arguments/disagreements about money. If you and your spouse are not on the same page about money it could spell doom for your marriage. The reason being is two fold. For starters, the fact that you are not on the same page with your spouse when it comes to money can show cracks in your ability to communicate and coordinate together on overall issues, not specifical...
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How to achieve a successful divorce from a financial perspective, Part Three - If you have been reading the Law Office of Bryan Fagan’s series of articles on how to achieve a successful divorce outcome the it is likely that you have either filed for divorce already or are at the very least strongly considering doing so. If you find yourself at this stage then I think this blog post will be especially worthwhile for you to review. The reason being is that today’s blog will cover essential it...
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Excellent review by Alex

Bryan and his firm helped me through a two year divorce. Bryan is smart and very clever. He was very responsive and stayed goal oriented. I felt his guidance protected me and my children.
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How to achieve a successful divorce from a financial perspective, Part Two - There are so many considerations to make in regard to a divorce that it is easy to lose sight of what you are actually attempting to do when you begin on the journey. Take the dispassionate view that a divorce is just a long, bad car ride that you strap yourself in for and close your eyes until the end will probably not do you much good. Neither then, will constant and hyper-vigilance to every email, phone call or ...
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The Ins and Outs of Child Visitation in Texas - One of the most frequently disagreed on subjects by parents in divorce and child custody cases is who should be able to have the children with them and on what days of the week those visits should occur. This goes for normal, school day visits as well as holidays and other “special” times of the year. No matter how agreeable you and your child’s other parent are on most subjects it is not always possible to come up with your own, makeshift vis...
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The effect of divorce on children: Helping your family maintain stability
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Common mistakes in Texas divorces and how to avoid them - Throughout the course of a divorce there are many, many decisions that people make that can affect their family and their case. If you are considering a divorce then understanding the common mistakes that other people have made in their divorces and then seeking to avoid those mistakes can be the difference between your having peace of mind about the process and suffering from anxiety. Careful planning and having an experienced and k...
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