Individuals who live in Hurst and want a divorce will probably file for divorce in Tarrant County.
Case Strategies Adapted for Hurst Divorce Clients
There are six District courts in Tarrant County that hear divorce cases, and they are all housed in the Tarrant County Family Law Center in downtown Fort Worth. Each of these courts have two judges, a district judge and an associate judge, and the judges work together on each case to move it through the legal process.
It is only when a case is filed that the person filing learns which judges will be assigned to that case. And just as all people filing for divorce are different, so are the judges hearing those divorce cases. It is lawyers who have experience in front of the courts in Tarrant County who will understand not only the rules and procedures for each individual court but also how to approach each judge with the aim of achieving their clients’ goals. I am a lawyer with this experience, and my knowledge helps me get my clients the results they desire in the most cost- and time-efficient manner possible.
Previously Self-Represented Hurst Divorce Clients
Individuals who represent themselves are known as “pro se” litigants and are usually not familiar with legal procedure and can find themselves at a great disadvantage. In addition, they do not have experience in front of a particular court and cannot adapt their case strategies to that judge. Although pro se litigants may expect the court to help them because they do not have any legal background, the court will not be able to allow concessions for them. Instead, they will have work on equal footing against lawyers with legal training and experience.
I often represent individuals who previously attempted to represent themselves. These clients come to me after they were overwhelmed in their hearings before the court and they didn’t achieve the results they expected. Although it can be difficult, I help these clients get their case back on the right path.
How Hurst Divorce Clients Can Protect Their Interests
I suggest that anyone considering or currently facing a divorce speak with an attorney as early in the process as possible. It is important to learn your rights, as well as how to protect those rights. Your attorney should also let you know what you should expect during the process. My clients rely on me to use my legal knowledge and experience to help them make informed decisions, and these decisions will impact their financial and legal future for years to come.
I believe that my clients’ best interests are served by strong, compassionate representation. I always listen to my clients’ concerns and questions, giving them straight and honest answers. I promptly return phone calls and e-mails. Is important to me that my clients finish their divorce with their futures, rights, and personal well-being intact. Clients are considered as individuals, never as case numbers.
Fees and Payments for Hurst Divorce Clients
Although many believe it is difficult to find, I believe that good, first-rate legal representation should be available at an affordable, reasonable price. I know that finances are often of great concern, so I offer my clients several financial payment options for uncontested and contested divorces.