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Tarrant County, TX: Child Custody Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

Are you facing a pending divorce or dealing with another tough legal matter involving your loved ones? You need a law firm you can trust to represent you effectively and compassionately. In your time of need, find the right family lawyer at the Law Offices Of Mark M. Childress. Since 2007, Attorney Mark M. Childress and his team have been helping people throughout Fort Worth navigate the...

Our firm cares about your legal concerns and provides excellent customer service from the start to the completion of the legal process. Client satisfaction is our primary goal. We want to be your law firm, the one you come to with you legal issues and the law office you recommend to others. Most individuals seek legal advice during a critical period or crisis situation in their lives. We provide a...

People throughout Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Texas, turn to The Clark Law Firm for our sound advice and skilled representation in criminal law and family law issues. Our attorneys were born and raised in Texas. We know what our clients face when dealing with local law enforcement and court systems. Additionally, we have a deep understanding of the circumstances they find themselves in...

The Harris Law Firm is a boutique, client-centered practice located in Fort Worth, Texas. Our team focuses on a wide range of family law matters, particularly divorce and child custody. At The Harris Law Firm, we are committed to placing our clients' needs first in every issue from divorce, child custody, adoption, and Child Protective Services cases. Before commencing any action on a case, we...

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