A Fort Worth Family Law Firm
We are a husband and wife family law practice representing clients in cases where the stakes are high and the outcomes change lives. For 30 years, hundreds of clients have counted on us to protect their children and themselves during life’s most difficult times.
In a crowded field of family lawyers, choosing the best one for you can be overwhelming. We give you the following advantages:
Family law is all we do and we’ve been helping clients in divorce and custody cases for over 30 years. We’ve built our practice on foundations of diligence, honesty, and respect. In family law, relationships matter and we treasure our standing with Tarrant county family law courts and our colleagues in family law practice.
No, we didn’t say “cheap lawyers” … and do you want a “cheap lawyer?” We chose to compete on value, not price. As they say, “value is what you get, price is what you pay.” Given our experience, reputation, and Board Certification, we offer our clients possibly the best legal value in Tarrant county.
Divorce and child custody cases are different, and the best solution doesn’t always come from a book. Our greatest benefit to our clients comes from our knowing the right move at the right time based on years of family law experience.
is one of a select group of attorneys in Fort Worth to be Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A skilled trial lawyer, mediator and collaborative attorney, he achieves positive outcomes for clients. He is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law and T.C.U.
is a special advocate for children in long-term foster care, she strives to ensure her clients have the resources needed to meet their individual needs. She consults with family, foster-parents and other stakeholders in the lives of children affected by child abuse or neglect. She is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law and Duke University.
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