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Going through a divorce can be one of the hardest things to go through in like. Prior to taking any action, legal or otherwise, it is important to find ways to take control of the process. Personal power is essential to this and any other fundamental human experience. The end of marital discord is the time to be strong and centered. Get organized and get going. When starting the separation or divorce process, you must prepare carefully so that you can tap into all of the resources that you will need at the appropriate moment. All of the emotions associated with the ending of a relationship like anger, fear and sorrow must be transformed into positive energy to manage your separation and divorce successfully. Even though it may seem that your world is coming apart, you must focus on a new beginning for yourself: a new life.

A New Beginning



What is Divorce?

Divorce is the legal process by which marriages are dissolved upon terms either agreed to by and between parties or as ordered and directed by the court.

What are grounds/requirements for divorce in Texas?

In Texas, either party to obtain a "no fault" divorce so long as one of the parties under oath states that the relationship between the parties has become insupportable without a reasonable expectation for reconciliation. In this instance, while there is no defense to the claim of an insupportable marriage, the entry of decree of divorce must include all financial and child matters have been either resolved by the parties and set forth in a written agreement, signed by the parties, or a judge of the Court has made findings and determinations of these issues.

What type of divorce cases do you handle?

We represent parties in actions to dissolve their marriage in which they seek not only to terminate the marital relationship but also seek to fix his or her financial rights, duties and obligations and rights to conservatorship/access of the children of the marriage. In addition, we negotiate on behalf of our clients and seek to resolve amicably and with minimal Court intervention terms and conditions which allow the parties to expeditiously settle their various competing claims and thereby allow them to move forward with a minimum of anguish and financial expense.

Which Texas courts do you work with most often?

We work with Family District Courts within Tarrant County, Texas. Occasionally, We assume responsibility for representation of clients of other counties within Texas.

Can I get a divorce without any trial?

First, note that divorce judgements are judicial decrees issued by District Court Judges of the State of Texas. Therefore, there cannot be a divorce without parties filing a legal proceeding in a District Court in a county in which they reside. That being said, however, the parties are always encouraged to attempt to resolve their differences with the aid and assistance of their attorneys and other professionals rather than the intense emotional conflict of an adversarial proceeding in a court room preceding a finding and judgment by the Judge. It's up to the parties to determine whether the dissolution of their marriage shall be heatedly contested in an open courtroom or privately resolved after good faith negotiation and resolution.

What takes place during the free initial consultation?

The prospective client is asked why he/she is visiting our office and what is his or her understanding of the marital problem and difficulty; and we begin to gather background data on each party, children in the marriage and the general overall picture of the family's financial resources. This is an opportunity for the client to ask any question that he or she has as pertains to the divorce process.

How do I best get in touch with you?

The best way to get in touch with us is by phone, text or email. Any interview or consultation will only be conducted in our offices. These meetings are confidential.

Which office is closet to me?

For your convenience, we have two offices within Tarrant County. Serving south and west Tarrant County we have an office at 1917 Hemphill St., Fort Worth, Texas 76110. Serving north and east Tarrant County we have an office at 1913 Hemlock Dr., Haltom City, Texas 76117.


15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE as a Texas Divorce Lawyer, having handled multitude of cases in front of most family court judges and with many prominent opposing counsel, David Frisby, P.C. has a very REALISTIC view of the legal process, issues involved and possible and likely resolution.

Initial Consultation Fee - FREE. Call, Text or Email our offices to make an appointment for a consultation.

Each client represented by David Frisby, P.C. receives PERSONAL ATTENTION from the beginning to the end of the case. David Frisby, P.C. personally handles all legal aspects of every case.

Paul Rudder has strong CONFLICT RESOLUTION skills. He has a unique ability to bring conflict between parties to a successful resolution. He has strong negotiation skills, wisdom and integrity which serve his clients well.

David Frisby, P.C. has gained RESPECT and ENDORSEMENT from peers and judges. Our sensitivity and integrity matched with our particular legal expertise with child custody issues are the reason that peers and judges respect and endorse us.

Mr. Frisby is an OUTSTANDING LITIGATOR and has a solid understanding of personal ASSETS, FINANCE and BUSINESS issues. He offers legal guidance and fair and realistic assessment of conflicting claims, rights and responsibilities. He obtains favorable results for thousands of clients which is why most of his referrals are from peers and clients.