Fort Worth Family Law Blog

10 Best Law Firm Award Client Satisfaction

 10 Best Law Firm Award Client Satisfaction The hand-picked family law legal team at Bob Leonard Law Group made the 10 best family law list. The American Institute’s Family Law Division recognized the excellence of the 10 best practitioners in the family law field for 2020. According to The American Institute of Family law, “Many [..]

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Best in Fort Worth Award-2020

Best of Fort Worth Award – Bob Leonard Law Group was selected for Best award by Fort Worth Local Business.   Best of Fort Worth Award Program (FWAP) Honors the Achievement of the  legal professionals at Bob Leonard Law Group. FORT WORTH January 10, 2020 — Bob Leonard Law Group, PLLC has been selected for [..]

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DIVIDING RETIREMENT ASSETS ON DIVORCE

Important Issues Regarding Retirement Assets Often, retirement accounts are the largest asset that the family has. It is important to understand issues regarding these accounts to ensure that you have the best shot at an advantageous settlement or trial. When there are retirement assets involved in a divorce, there are special considerations to understand.  Retirement [..]

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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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About Texas Guardianship

What is Texas Guardianship? Adult Texas guardianship is established by the Texas probate court to allow care and assistance to persons who do not have the capacity to care for their personal needs or financial matters.  The courts may appoint a guardian for an incapacitated person because that person is unable to make decisions to [..]

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Eliminate the Need for Probate: Vehicles

Eliminate the Need for Probate We get calls every week from folks who want to eliminate the need for probate.  Probate refers specifically to the court process involving a Last Will and Testament.  For this article we will call all actions taken in the Probate Court “probate.” Following are some tips to handle things prior [..]

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