Fort Worth Family Law Blog

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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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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Attorney Service Areas

  Attorney Bob Leonard Specializes in Family Law and practices Family Law in the Tarrant County Family Court and The Parker County Family Court. BLLG’s  Fort Worth Family Law practice includes adoption, divorce and child custody. Tarrant County Family Court Parker County Family Court 433rd District Court and 415th District Court 117 Fort Worth Highway Weatherford, TX 76086      [..]

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Should I Probate?

When to Probate We get several calls a week asking the question, “Should I probate?”  Probate is a term used by most people for anything that happens to settle an estate after a person dies.  Technically, “probate” applies only when there is a will and that will is presented to the court for probate.  However, [..]

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Texas Family Law Changes September 2018

How Will The Texas Family Law Changes Affect Your Child Support? Dental Insurance Required. Effective September 2018! Texas Family Law Change: dental insurance coverage is a must according to the Texas Legislature.  In 2015, the state amended the child support section of the Family Code with new law requiring dental insurance to be part of the [..]

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Final Divorce: Do I Have One?

Final Divorce 30 Days After Final Hearing  I frequently hear people say that they went to their divorce hearing and the divorce is now “final.” Not True.  In Texas, all lawsuits,  even divorces, are not final when the judge enters the order. They remain open for a period of 30 days. During that thirty days, either [..]

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Custody FAQ’s

Do I Have Joint or Sole Custody?  What Does that Mean? Joint Custody = Parents share rights and duties with respect to the children.  In this instance, both parents made decisions about medical, educational and other issues.  Typically, one parent will have the right to designate the residence of the child; this person is referred [..]

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