Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association

The Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association is a voluntary association of lawyers, Judges, Associate Judges, legal assistants, court coordinators and other professionals who strive to improve the practice of family law, which includes divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, modification, paternity, enforcement, contempt, pre-marital agreements, mediated settlement agreements, QDROs, adoption, termination, juvenile justice, partitions and name changes.


Application - You can access the 2022 Membership Application under the "Membership" tab above.  There is also a link where you can pay your 2022 membership dues online!  If, however, you prefer to submit a hard-copy of the Membership Application, we will be mailing them out as well.

Volunteer to Help Your Bar Association - We have one of the most active and recognized specialty bar associations in Texas.  If you have an interest in serving as a director or officer, or would be willing to serve on one of our many committees, please contact any of our officers, directors, or committee chairs.  You can find their information, and the committee information, under the "Membership" tab above.  We welcome your participation!


A listing of all Tarrant County Family Law Courts with a separate profile page for each Court providing basic Court information, such as Court location, hours, personnel and special policies or rules.  This section is currently being updated! 


Helpful links to popular websites that might assist you in your research and/or practice.


Are you looking to hire a family law attorney in Tarrant County?  If so, click the "Find a Lawyer" tab above and access our list of attorney member web sites.  Obtain quick, concise information about those family law attorneys who choose to link their law firm sites.


This area is restricted to "members" only.  Here you can find upcoming events, TCFLBA news,  member news, a private forum to discuss matters relevant to TCFLBA, and a member directory.  Most importantly, you can register and pay for luncheons, socials, seminars etc. through the events section under the "Members" tab above!  


We occasionally receive inquiries about possible attorney misconduct from the general public.  Please be advised that only the State Bar of Texas is authorized to discipline attorneys, not local bar associations.  Please direct all inquiries or complaints to the State Bar of Texas.

If you have any other questions about Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association or this website please contact any officer or director listed in the leadership section.

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