About The Wynne Law Firm
Experienced Fort Worth Family Attorneys
The Wynne Law Firm was founded in 1996 by our managing partner, David W. Wynne. David is a fifth generation Texan with family ties to the Tarrant County legal community dating back to 1886. David understands the emotional stress of individuals who are facing legal issues in Fort Worth. The Wynne Law Firm was established to be responsive to the needs of our clients, and our caseload is limited to ensure that each client’s file gets the attention it deserves.
Our Fort Worth family lawyers have 110 years of combined experience. Call today to learn more about how they can work for you!
Help When You’re Facing a Divorce
The idea of whether or not to divorce your spouse brings a wave of emotions. At The Wynne Law Firm, we are sympathetic to the needs of individuals going through the divorce process. We recognize that a divorce can lead to family anxieties and frustration over having to proceed into combative or callous legal proceedings.
Our Fort Worth divorce attorneys can help you with your family law issues, including:
Estate Planning Services
Our estate planning attorneys and staff are devoted to preserving your family’s wealth, values, and legacy for generations to come. We have assisted hundreds of people in the Greater Fort Worth area with their estate planning needs.
If you need legal guidance with drafting your living will, or your trust, or are interested in our wealth management services, do not hesitate to contact an estate planning lawyer at The Wynne Law Firm.
Contact Us Today To Meet With A Family Law Attorney
FORT WORTH OFFICE
FORT WORTH OFFICE
2630 WEST FREEWAY, SUITE 218
FORT WORTH, TX 76102
128 E. TX. Street
Grapevine, TX 76051
FORT WORTH OFFICE 2630 WEST FREEWAY, SUITE 218 FORT WORTH, TX 76102
GRAPEVINE OFFICE 128 E. TX. Street Grapevine, TX 76051
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