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Texas Divorce Attorneys

Our experienced and dedicated family law team takes a personalized approach to every case. When we take your case, our attorneys invest the time to really learn about you and your concerns, your family and their needs.

Legal Help for You & Your Family

At The Wynne Law Firm, we recognize that the divorce process is a stressful and tumultuous time for your family. Making the decision to separate from your spouse never comes lightly, especially if there are children involved. Our divorce attorneys have litigated hundreds of cases and have practice in making sure each situation is handled with the knowledge, care, and the customized attention that it deserves.

Contact our Fort Worth divorce lawyers to discuss your case.

Do I Need to Hire a Lawyer?

Seeking out an attorney early in the divorce process can help prevent unsightly mistakes that may materialize when a divorcee denies themselves legal counsel and attempts self-representation in a court of law. We have seen situations arise where an individual has attempted to represent themselves but ends up seeking legal counsel because they were not familiar with the legal process. Our firm can help guide you through the legal system.

We can assist you with any of the following:

Asset Division & Spousal Support

Texas is a community property state, which means that all assets that are acquired by both spouses during the marriage are considered for distribution. Our Fort Worth divorce attorneys can help assess individual worth and divide assets accordingly. We may employ forensic accountants and other professionals who are experienced in the valuation of pension plans, stocks, stock options, real estate, and other business ownership interests.

At The Wynne Law Firm, our attorneys will strive to obtain the most beneficial settlement, whether you are the spouse who will be paying spousal support or the one who will be acquiring the spousal support payment.

It is in the best interests of both spouses to strive toward an agreement outside of the courts and to avoid divorce litigation. Settlements lend themselves to having more control of the outcome rather than going to court before a judge and having to adhere to his or her judgment. If the situation arises where an amicable agreement cannot be attained, rest assured that our divorce attorneys will adamantly back your needs and interests in a court of law to guarantee an impartial divorce settlement.

Contact Us at (817) 332-2202

Since 1996, lawyers at The Wynne Law Firm have assisted clients through the Fort Worth metroplex in all aspects of Texas divorce law. If you are contemplating divorce, or divorce papers have been filed and served to you, contact us for a consultation. We are here to ensure your rights are protected and to help you prevent common errors that occur in the divorce process.

Contact us at (817) 332-2202, and let us help you today! The Wynne Law Firm encourages you to schedule your initial consultation.

Uncontested Divorce

Experienced Fort Worth Divorce Attorney

Although divorce is commonly thought of as a contentious, bitter court battle, this can often be avoided in an uncontested divorce. These cases involve spouses working together to agree on the terms of the divorce, and is typically a far quicker and less expensive process than fighting it out in the courts.

At Wynne Law Firm, our highly skilled Fort Worth divorce lawyers have extensive experience with collaborative law, a process which can help you settle your divorce amicably. When you retain our firm, you can trust that we will work tirelessly to resolve your case with your best interests in mind. With more than 110 years of collective experience, you can trust that your case is in the hands of a dedicated and highly capable advocate.

Want to settle your divorce quickly and amicably? Call (817) 369-3670 to learn if an uncontested divorce is right for you.

The Advantages of an Uncontested Divorce

Many people make the mistake of viewing their divorce as a competition, and try to use the courts to settle past arguments and disputes. Unfortunately, this can often end up harming you as much as it does your spouse. Complex matters like property division and child custodycan impact the rest of your life, so it’s best to take control over the situation rather than leaving it in the hands of a judge.

The benefits of uncontested divorces include:

  • More cost-effective
  • Helps preserve goodwill between you and your ex
  • Far less emotionally stressful
  • Gives you more control over the outcome of your case

We can skillfully guide you through the divorce process. Call us today to schedule aninitial consultation.

Call (817) 369-3670 For Compassionate Counsel

Although it can be very beneficial to pursue an uncontested divorce, this is not always an option. If your spouse is unable or unwilling to compromise, our Fort Worth divorce attorneys will gladly step into the courtroom and fight on your behalf. Regardless of the circumstances of your case, you can expect devoted, tireless representation when you hire our firm.

Put 110+ years of collective experience on your side. Contact us today to get started.

Is Divorce Mediation Right for You?

Proven Fort Worth Divorce Attorneys Can Help

Divorce can be a naturally antagonistic process. Many times, spouses feel wronged by one another and cannot see eye-to-eye on many of the critical decisions needed to move on from their marriage. However, this is not the case for every couple. In fact, a growing number of couples are forgoing a protracted courtroom process in favor of divorce mediation.

The mediation process is guided by mediator, but it is still highly advised that each spouse retain their own respective counsel. At The Wynne Law Firm, we’ve seen how countless Texas couples have benefited from divorce mediation and have always ensured that their best interests remain a priority during each negotiation session. Our experienced and award-winning Fort Worth divorce lawyers know how to navigate the mediation process and secure an amicable outcome for our clients.

Want to learn more about how we can help make the most of your divorce mediation? Contact our team at (817) 332-2202 today.

Mediation: the best option?

Divorce mediation isn’t right for every couple, but couples who are still able to cooperatively work together, it can yield many benefits. Mediation can be so beneficial, in fact, the court will sometimes order it for couples it believes it can work for.

Why is mediation so beneficial?

  • It can be far less costly than a courtroom divorce.
  • It gives the couple more power to decide the terms of their divorce.
  • It is far less stressful and hurtful for the couple.
  • It offers more flexible scheduling and pacing than a courtroom divorce.
  • It can be healthier for any children of the couple (due to reduced conflict).

If mediation sounds like it is a viable option for your divorce, it is still essential that each party retain proper counsel. At The Wynne Law Firm, not only can we recommend a skilled mediator for your divorce, but also keep a vigilant watch for you and your family’s best interests throughout the entire process.

Have more questions about divorce mediation? Our team has answers. Fill out our online form to request a confidential consultation today.

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“Mr. Wynne is a caring, supportive, knowledgeable attorney. He helped me tremendously through my divorce and gave me the ability to trust his judgment and expertise.”

Sofia, Family Law Client

WYNNE LAW FIRM OFFICE

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FORT WORTH, TX 76102

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Grapevine, TX 76051

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