Category: A Day In Court

A day in court is a blog category of Bob Leonard Law Group PLLC’s Fort Worth, Texas Family law Blog. Board Certified Family law attorney Bob Leonard prepares you for your day in court.

Post Divorce Information

  POST DIVORCE INFORMATION THAT IS USEFUL Post Divorce Information is part of the Bob Leonard Law Group’s “post divorce” form. We walk ALL the way through a divorce with each client. Our job as your divorce attorney includes doing our best to get you ready for the new chapter in your life on solid [..]

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Children and Child Custody: Preparing for a Successful Divorce Part Two

Preparing for a Successful Divorce:  Children and Child Custody; Knowledge is Power Children and child custody may be your first though when considering divorce.  It may be something you have pondered for awhile or it may be that an event has caused an immediate breakdown of your marriage.  You may have been unexpectedly served with divorce [..]

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Divorce Court: What the Judge Can and Cannot Do

WHAT THE DIVORCE COURT CAN AND CANNOT DO Several times a year, I hear from someone (usually prospective clients) who want something that the courts just can’t deliver. So here is what a court can and cannot do. The Divorce Court Can Divide Marital Property and Order Action Courts can order someone to pay a certain amount of [..]

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Three D’s in Divorce: Avoid Them

Three D’s In Divorce: Avoid Them  I call them the Three D’s in Divorce, because they are areas where we see people get into trouble during their divorce, and sometimes, it hits them hard. The First “D”- DRUGS The first “D”of the Three D’s in Divorce is drugs. If children are involved in any family law matter, then [..]

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Same Sex Marriage Texas

Same Sex Marriage:  What it Means for Texas Family Law Politics aside, there is no doubt that we have witnessed history in the making. On June 26, 2015, the United States Supreme Court changed the standard notion of marriage forever when it ruled that same sex-marriage is legal in all 50 states. Same-sex couples began to obtain marriage licenses in some areas [..]

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