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A lot of people have ideas about divorce that are not necessarily true. For instance, did you know that most divorces in Texas never see the inside of a courtroom? Most divorces are settled prior to a trial in either mediation or in informal settlement negotiations between attorneys. It is without a doubt true, therefore, that your divorce does not have to be one that is full of drama, anger and bitterness. It is entirely possible that your divorce would be comprised of you and your spouse worki
One of the most frequent questions that I receive when I am meeting with potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is whether or not that parent has a realistic opportunity to be named as the primary conservator of their child. In the world of family law, primary conservator references the parent who cares for a child on a primary basis. The day in, day out care that is associated with raising a child is what is being referenced here.
If you are involved in a family law case in Texas then you are likely interested in knowing what you need to do in order to best position yourself within the case. Certainly your concerns lie mainly in being able to spend as much of your time with your child as possible and to have a hand in making important decisions in your child's life. The rest, as they say, is just details.
Hiring a divorce attorney takes time. If you have never gone through this process I can assure you that it is not one that you want to rush through only to find that by saving time you ended up selecting an attorney that wasn't a great fit for you and your family. Instead of guessing at what is important when it comes to interviewing and selecting an attorney the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have prepared a run-down of what we believe are some of the most important tips and trick
When you get into a position where you need to hire an attorney for your family law case, what should you do? I mean, you obviously want to hire a lawyer but what should you do to actually get into a position where you can hire a good one that will help you achieve whatever goals you have for your case? Is the method that I brought up yesterday- driving down the street and hiring the first lawyer who has a sign out- a good one? Probably not. In fact, I can offer you some advice on how to look fo