Category: Asset Division

High Asset Divorce Fort Worth

Fort Worth High Asset Divorce Attorney Providing Experienced Complex Divorce Representation in Fort Worth, Texas In high-asset divorce cases that involve significant assets and complex issues, it is critical to hire the most experienced and qualified attorney possible in order to protect your interests.  Business and other assets must be properly evaluated and valued.  Your [..]

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60 Day Divorce

The 60 day divorce At the Bob Leonard Law Group we frequently process uncontested 60 day divorce for a flat-fee. Ask about our simple 60 plan.   The Texas Family Code does provide that you can be divorced in 60 days. More accurately, it provides that you cannot be divorced until 60 days after you file [..]

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Community Property or Separate Property?

Community Property or Separate Property ? Yours, Mine and Ours. People going through a divorce often come in our office and say something along the lines of, “The house is mine and the truck is mine.  The car is hers and the jet skis are hers.  We bought the boat together, though.”  Even more commonly [..]

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Win Your Case!

Want To Win Your Case?  Preparation Pays Off Imagine that you have been involved in a lengthy lawsuit and your case is finally going to trial. Your attorney has all the documents to help prove your case all lined up and in proper form for admission in the trial.  You have your list of properly subpoenaed witnesses [..]

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Divorce Reality | Divorce Is Inconvenient

DIVORCE REALITIES  Divorce is inconvenient because there are a lot of changes in the lives of people getting divorced or who have been divorced.  Many of them are obvious.  Some are positive and some are negative.  DIVORCE IS INCONVENIENT One change that most people don’t think about is that divorce is inconvenient.  This inconvenience manifests [..]

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Should I have an attorney send a letter?

  Should I have an attorney send a letter for me? Being a family law group we are asked occasionally to send a letter. I think the better question to ask your attorney is, “should I have an attorney send a letter for me?” Sometimes people think that if the person who is giving them [..]

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