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Protecting Your Children and Your Rights

If you are facing divorce, you are faced with the challenge of dividing your time with the children. Whether you are seeking full custody or want to ensure that you have the opportunity to see your children and be involved after the divorce, we have the experience to protect your rights. At The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C., in Fort Worth, Texas, our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients involved in child custody, and parental visitation legal disputes. We will take the time to review your case, assess your legal rights and work strategically to achieve optimal results.

Your Child’s Residence After Divorce in TX

In most cases, the spouse who was the primary caretaker during the divorce will continue with primary responsibility after divorce. The court will evaluate any competing households to determine the best place for the child to reside. In most cases, a child will stay in the same school district, and the courts will make every effort not to disrupt the child’s day-to-day activities after divorce. Our attorneys can provide the assistance you need to build your case and protect the best interests of your children.

Our Fort Worth custody and visitation attorney is experienced in cases involving:

  • Custody disputes
  • Visitation arrangements
  • Parenting time
  • Out-of-state relocation
  • Modifications and enforcement
  • Child support
  • Paternity

Your Rights and the Child’s Best Interests

While the court will make every decision based on the needs of a child, you have the opportunity to prove your case and demonstrate that your goals are in furtherance of your child’s interests. Our lawyers will review your case, assess your objectives and work with appropriate experts when necessary. Whether at mediation or arbitration, negotiation and settlement or at trial, we have the experience to successfully protect your interests and achieve a long-term resolution for your family.

For an initial consultation directly with our Tarrant County child visitation rights attorney, please call (817) 241-3328 or contact us by e-mail. We invite you to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights involving family law or a civil dispute.

Get the Results You Deserve with a Team You Can Trust

  • Convenient Location

    Serving clients in Ft. Worth, throughout Tarrant County, and greater Texas.

  • Strong Communication

    Close, interactive, communication ensures alignment with a clients' most important goals.

  • Accessible Counsel

    Prompt access to your lawyer from day one addressing your concerns and beyond.

  • Effective Advocacy

    Skilled representation across a wide spectrum of divorce and family law matters.

  • Respected Reputation

    Voted as a "Top Attorney" in Ft Worth Tx: The City's Magazine - by his peers.

  • Trial Experience

    Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1987.

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