Fort Worth Divorce Attorney
Marcy’s areas of practice include family law, mediations, and criminal defense. She has represented clients in hundreds of cases involving contested and uncontested divorces,property division, contempt, protective orders, child support, child visitation, child custody, adoption, paternity, grandparent rights and name changes. Her experience has given her perspective, and an ability to understand the legal process from all sides.
“The practice of law has various components,” Marcy explains. “An attorney needs to be a good listener, have a solid knowledge of the law, be a strong advocate for their client, and be an effective communicator. Each of my clients is going through a difficult time in their life; I respect that and I care about doing a good job, finding out the important information, and coming up with a way to resolve the dispute.”
Marcy is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Fort Worth Republican Women’s Group, and Zonta International Women’s Club. She is a Past President of the Parker County Bar Association, as well as a former member of the Weatherford Performing Arts Association Board and the Rotary Club.
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FORT WORTH, TX 76102
FORT WORTH OFFICE 2630 WEST FREEWAY, SUITE 218 FORT WORTH, TX 76102
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