The proliferation of on-line, do-it-yourself, legal forms makes it easier than ever for you to go pro se in many routine family law matters. Loosely translated, “Pro Se,” means you are representing yourself in court without a family law attorney. And, if you have no community property to divide and no children to consider, a Pro Se divorce may work for you.

Saving money can be a good thing, but it’s more important to make sure you aren’t setting yourself up for disaster later on just to save a few bucks now. Have you considered all of the options for your children? Will your child support orders be enforceable? Do you know how to divide a retirement account and other marital assets?

Remember, there’s a difference between an expense and an investment, and you may wish to invest in the services of experienced Fort Worth, Tarrant County divorce and child custody attorneys.

At Schreier & Housewirth Family Law we have provided our Dallas/Fort Worth clients an exceptional value in legal services for over 20 years. We also offer legal consultation, document review and family law document drafting. You’ll get the insight and honest advice you need to decide if going Pro Se is right for you. Call us at Schreier & Housewirth… you don’t have to go it alone.