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Uncontested Divorce Resources in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas

Uncontested divorce is a low cost, less complex way to resolve a divorce in Texas. Uncontested divorce is a divorce in which the spouses have an agreement on the custody and property issues in their divorce. The result of an uncontested divorce, sometimes called agreed divorce, is to end the marriage with an enforceable, clear divorce decree. The divorce decree should describe the agreement of the parties on custody, child support, division of property and debts and any other important issue in a way that is clear for the parties and allows them to enforce the terms of the divorce...

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Fort Worth uncontested divorce lawyer answers top ten uncontested divorce questions

Fort Worth uncontested divorce lawyer Adam Kielich helps clients across Tarrant County and Dallas County with uncontested or agreed divorces. Uncontested divorce is a common path for people who have simple divorces or can agree on the terms of the divorce and want an affordable divorce. Agreed divorces in Texas are good options for many people in Fort Worth and surrounding areas. However, it's not a good fit for every person seeking a cheap divorce or a quick divorce in Texas. When questioning whether an uncontested divorce is right for you, you should consider several factors and make a decision...

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Super lawyers, rising stars, best lawyers and other attorney advertising in Texas

Super Lawyers is a division of Thompson Reuters, a private mass media and information business. People searching for lawyers or attorneys almost certainly will see law firms advertising Super Lawyers designations. These include Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers Rising Stars. People searching for lawyers may be impressed by this designation although they don't really know what it means. After all, it sounds...

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Cheap uncontested divorce lawyer in Texas–Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas

Most people searching for cheap uncontested divorces in Texas, including Dallas and Fort Worth, seek out flat fee divorce lawyers. Cheap uncontested divorce lawyers in Texas often run between $500-1000 on a flat fee basis. In the Dallas and Fort Worth area you may find uncontested divorce lawyers running as much as $2500. Attorney's fees for contested divorces often run far higher and usually hourly rather than a flat fee. An important question for somebody searching for cheap uncontested divorce in Texas is what the divorce lawyer includes in the flat fee. A flat fee may include only document drafting....

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Cheap uncontested divorce lawyers in Dallas, Texas — Flat fee uncontested divorce in Texas

Many people search for cheap uncontested divorce lawyers in Dallas, Texas because the spouses have an agreement on a simple divorce and need low cost help getting through the Dallas family courts. In agreed divorces with simple property and custody issues it makes sense to look for cheap uncontested divorce. It isn't necessary to spend thousands of dollars on divorce lawyers if the parties already have a reasonable agreement. You definitely want the uncontested divorce to go smoothly and hiring a divorce attorney can help get that done. Most people seeking cheap uncontested divorce lawyers in Dallas, Texas look for the best...

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How long to get an uncontested divorce in Fort Worth, Texas without a divorce attorney?

Uncontested divorce, also known as agreed divorce, is a divorce in which the spouses have agreed to the property and custody issues. As a divorce attorney I help a lot of people with uncontested divorces in both Fort Worth and Dallas. A lot of people deal with their uncontested divorce without a divorce attorney and take their chances in court. The frustration for these folks comes at the final stage of an agreed divorce, known as a prove up, in which they propose the divorce decree to the judge and he or she hears testimony in support of the decree. If the judicial...

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How much does a QDRO cost in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas? Dallas QDRO lawyer explains

QDROs are qualified domestic relations orders--a special court order used to divide retirement plans in a divorce or child support action. Often in a Texas divorce they divide 401k plans and pensions. Benefit laws and the Texas Family Code require QDROs to divide these plans. A major concern for people who divided retirement plans in their divorce is how much does it cost to get a QDRO. This is completely understandable. QDROs require coordinating between the parties in the divorce, the judge and the plan administrator. Any problems that arise can drag dividing the retirement plan to a screeching halt....

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Interview with Fort Worth Divorce Attorney Adam Kielich on Divorce

Adam Kielich is a Fort Worth divorce attorney and managing attorney at The Kielich Law Firm in Bedford, Texas. This is an adaptation of an interview provided for a local journalism program researching the Tarrant County legal system. This research includes the affordability of legal counsel, the efficiency of the courts and overall fairness in the legal system. The program does not focus exclusively on family law issues but due to the prevalence of divorce in Tarrant County it will play a larger role in the research. This version of the interview should not be considered a transcript of the actual...

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Bedford Divorce Attorneys in Tarrant County, Texas

Bedford was an easy choice for a location to start my law firm for several reasons. I grew up in Hurst and have lived in Fort Worth, Grapevine, Arlington and Euless. I have a lot of ties to the area, along with North Richland Hills, and placed by divorce law firm accordingly. As a Bedford divorce attorney I have a great deal of experience with the people in this part of Tarrant County. I understand their concerns and needs. That's an important skill for a divorce lawyer to have. When you're looking at a divorce in Bedford or other cities in the Dallas-Fort...

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Do I hate 50/50 custody in Texas? Apparently some people think I do…

Periodically I get saucy emails about my blog posts on 50/50 custody arrangements in a Texas divorce and have reached the conclusion that I deeply oppose 50/50 custody. I mean, I guess this is what they think. There's a lot of vitriol to spread around to a divorce attorney so it's not always apparent why somebody decides to send me hate mail. Often the emails are late night, foul language attacks like the following received over the past weekend. This is a real email and complete email with censored language: youre full of s**t. i grew up with 50 50 and thank...

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