Parker County Attorney for Complex Divorce and Child Custody

The Park County Courthouse in Weatherford, Texas
The Parker County Courthouse in Weatherford, Texas. Photo Source: Wikipedia

Family law attorney Justin Sisemore and his robust team of Texas county attorneys are licensed to practice law in the state of Texas, including Parker County, Texas. Mr. Sisemore and his team have represented clients with divorce, child custody and other family law cases in Parker County for well over a decade. You can count on a Parker County attorney from the Sisemore Law Firm to provide capable legal representation for complex and simple divorces, high net worth divorce and issues pertaining to child custody and child support.

What to expect during a divorce or child custody case at the Parker County Courthouse

Every county in Texas approaches family law cases in its own unique way, including Parker County. Parker County doesn’t have a separate court for family law cases, and there are no associate courts in Parker County. Instead, Parker County courts are courts of general jurisdiction, which deal with all types of court cases that ultimately become registered in the Parker County Texas court records.

Consequently, your divorce or child custody case could be scheduled right next to a civil litigation case or a high-profile criminal case brought by the Parker County district attorney. Parker County courts are often described as being more conservative than courts in the more urban cities in Texas and are also known for their wholesome, hometown ethics.

All court cases in Parker County are heard by very experienced and knowledgeable judges who run their courts in a very formal and orderly fashion. Since Parker County judges preside over all types of cases, you can expect the judges to be highly educated in all facets of the law, including contract law, corporate law, criminal law and family law, among other areas.

In other words, Parker County judges “know their stuff,” so you and your attorney better be prepared when you enter the courtroom to present your case. You will also be allotted a specific time frame for your case, based on what the attorneys have requested. The judge will expect your attorney to present your case in a clear and concise fashion, and in accordance with the formal protocols that Parker County courts are known for.

Why choose the Sisemore Law Firm for divorce in Parker County courts?

The Sisemore Law Firm is a large, reputable family law firm that employs several Parker County attorneys with diverse skill sets, as well as a robust team of paralegals and caring support staff. Hiring a larger firm like ours is important if you want prompt attention, a highly-skilled Parker County attorney and access to our vast network of respected experts (tracing, valuation, real estate, discovery and mental health experts, etc.) to help ensure the best outcome for your case.

In addition, our founder Justin Sisemore is one of the Three Best Rated divorce lawyers in Fort Worth, TX, among other honors. He is known for his fearless demeanor in the courtroom, compassion for clients and honest, tell-it-like-it-is approach during client consultations. Mr. Sisemore and his team are also very familiar with the local rules and preferences of the courts and judges in Parker County, having handled hundreds of cases at the Parker County courthouse over the years.

If you’re looking for a Parker attorney, you will also find only a small handful of family law offices physically located in Parker County. This can pose a big challenge for some clients, especially if the other party involved in their divorce or custody dispute has already consulted with the top firms in the county. If the other party in your case has hired or even spoken to those firms, they won’t be able to represent you due to a conflict of interest.

What to expect when you hire our Parker County attorneys for your case

While our Parker County attorney’s office is technically located in Fort Worth, we’ve put technology and processes in place to make it easy and convenient for you to work with us. In fact, our clients typically don’t spend much time in our law office because most conversations can be held virtually by phone or teleconference.

In recent years, we invested heavily in technology to save our clients time with virtual meetings and to simplify the process of transmitting documents, which can be sent to us securely online via the cloud. That being said, we will be there for you in person when you need us during court appearances and are happy to meet with you at our Fort Worth office when you want to meet face to face.

Above all, you can expect the prompt, thorough and compassionate legal representation you deserve. By choosing a large family law firm like ours, your case is always a top priority for our team. You won’t have to worry about the delays common with smaller firms that get backlogged because they don’t have staff to deal with minor issues quickly or the resources to tackle larger, more complex cases. Our firepower is always available to you, when and where you need it.

Contact us to speak with a Parker County attorney about divorce and custody concerns

If you would like to speak with a Texas county attorney about a family law case in Parker County, we would love to hear from you. To schedule a confidential case review with our founder Justin Sisemore, please call our office at (817) 336-4444 or connect with us online.