Family Law Attorney in Fort Worth, Texas
The Trend Away from Old Fashioned Divorce Litigation
Years ago, we noticed a developing trend that most divorce cases don't go to trial. They are settled at some point. In the worst situations, they are settled just before trial, after both sides have been slugging away at each other. In some cases, the parties and attorneys started working together in a friendly manner well before the final deadlines were imminent, but after harsh words and tactics had been used. In the best of cases, the parties work together from the beginning and realize the benefits of a collaborative approach to resolving problems peacefully.
The Price Law Firm enjoys helping people create customized solutions to difficult problems. Working in the divorce and family law field for over 35 years, we have helped clients address some of life's most challenging personal issues. We prefer to help find or create unique solutions because every case is different. We don't approach each case with the same strategy as all the other cases we handle; each case is different. If your idea is to wear out your spouse or ex by fighting on everything, another attorney would be a better choice for you. If you want someone to focus on solutions and be creative, we are very happy to help you. You can decide if we have the right orientation for you and your case. We find the sooner we can start on settlement ideas, the better the result for you.
Trial Ready, If Necessary
As much as we would prefer otherwise, in our clients' best interests, sometimes cases have to go to trial. Having been Board-Certified as a Family Law Attorney for over 25 years, we have plenty of experience in trying cases, both jury and non-jury.
This section provides a brief overview of the types of cases we handle. It also has information about the Marital Assessment which provides a very detailed analysis of a client's options in a divorce situation. To learn more about the Price Law Firm and how we prefer to deal with divorce and other family law issues, read our blogs: Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas, The Texas Collaborative Law Blog or the Blog with this website.
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