Jon R. Boyd, Family Law and Probate Attorney – Serving Collin, Denton, Dallas, Tarrant, Bosque and Other Texas Counties

You are here because you need a Family Law (i.e., Divorce) Attorney!

Will you be able to maintain a significant role in your child’s life?
How will you be treated by the Court system?
Should you try to settle? Or should you go to trial?
Will your financial assets be fairly distributed?
How will you financially care for yourself? Your children?
How will your children handle this change?
Should you represent yourself? Which attorney is best for you?
And as a man, you may be wondering whether you will be treated fairly by a system that seems to favor women…

To make sure you get the answers you need and the representation needed to have satisfactory outcomes on these and other questions, you need an experienced, aggressive Family Law Attorney. It is strongly recommended that you do NOT represent yourself. Family Law involves serious, life affecting issues regarding your children, your income and your assets and, contrary to the push toward DIY in our lives, Family Law has become increasingly complex. Even if you have an agreed matter, if you represent yourself, it is very easy to make mistakes in judgment, in law, in drafting and in life which can cost you dearly.

Why Choose Us

Jon Boyd has been practicing law in North Texas for almost 40 years and has helped many clients with their family and probate cases.

RESOURCES

Has developed a network of resources of related professionals for use as consultants or testifying experts to aid in presentation of clients’ cases or rebuttal of other witnesses.

DEDICATED

At larger law firms, usually the senior lawyer with whom you met originally will assign an inexperienced, more junior lawyer to represent you in court. Not so with Law Office of Jon R. Boyd. He will personally be there for you.

FLEXIBLE

We know finances get tight during divorces or other family law cases, and will help you as much as we can by offering you payment options.

EXPERIENCED

The law office of Jon Boyd has helped hundreds of family and probate clients.

FOCUSED ON YOU

Jon Boyd cares about his client's lives and their children. Many lawyers become cynical over time, but Jon Boyd will agressively fight for your interests.

REPUTATION

Jon Boyd is known and respected by and familiar with Judges, lawyers and other professionals who will be involved in the case.

Practice Areas

PROBATE LAW

“Probate” refers to legal procedures regarding the disposition of a person’s property and debts (i.e., their “estate”), invariably through a court proceeding. The most common proceeding is probate of a person’s Last Will and Testament. When a person dies, if they leave a valid Last Will, they can control how their property is passed on to their heirs. This is done by “admitting” a Will to Probate in Court of the county in which the person with the Will lived…

FAMILY LAW

Family Law addresses subjects such as the dissolution of a marriage by divorce or annulment, with related issues of characterizing and division of assets and liabilities, spousal maintenance, family violence, and the like. Parties can also enter into Pre-marriage or Post marriage Agreements regarding how their property shall be characterized and divided, which a qualified attorney will carefully prepare…

cases we handle

Divorce

Divorce rates have hovered near the 50 percent mark for many years. With so many societal influences, not to mention the financial dynamics, it can be challenging for any couple to hold together a healthy marriage, much less one that’s become unhealthy. When there are...

Child Support

Typically, Texas courts will decide child support based on legal guidelines; however, there are those times when circumstances require a different formula. In fact, many cases require looking past the guidelines. Fortunately, courts do have discretion in these...

Child Custody

No one ever marries with the idea of going through a painful divorce at any point. When there are children involved, it becomes even more complicated and emotionally overwhelming. The last thing any of us want to face is a drawn out and often expensive custody battle....

Probate

What is “Probate” and why should I care? To “probate” a Will or an estate refers to the legal judicial procedure by which a deceased person’s Last Will and Testament is filed with the appropriate Court so that the Judge can formally determine that the Will is valid...

Post-Divorce Modifications

Divorces are final, but sometimes, it becomes necessary to modify the original terms of a divorce. Whether it’s child custody issues or financial changes, modifications are often a part of a divorce that’s long since been settled. Nothing in life is permanent, and...
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TESTIMONIALS

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“Jon, once again – Great job! I can’t begin to express how grateful I am for your overall knowledge of the law and your impressive trial skills. Simply outstanding! It may have been just another day at the office for you, but you’ve made a huge positive impact on my life and more importantly on my son’s life. Thanks again.” (After successful final trial, 9/2016)
(Handwritten note from one of the preeminent mediators in Tarrant County) : “Jon, thank you for being so honest with your client. It is so important in mediation and you are one of the few lawyers I can count on to tell the good, the bad and the ugly. Your skillful representation and sound advice made settlement possible.

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Jon R. Boyd, Family Law and Probate Attorney – Serving Collin, Denton, Dallas, Tarrant, Bosque, Hood and Other Texas Counties

Jon R. Boyd, Family Law and Probate Attorney – Serving Collin, Denton, Dallas, Tarrant, Bosque, Hood and Other Texas Counties

do you need to hire a probate law attorney?

Probate refers to procedures regarding disposition of a person’s estate, invariably through a court proceeding.

The most common proceeding is probate of a person’s Last Will and Testament. When a person dies, they can control how their property is passed on to their heirs. This is done by admitting a Will to Probate in a probate court proceeding in the county in which the person with the Will lived. This is necessary to have a probate judge review the Will, make sure it is valid and effective, and is not fraudulent. It usually is a straightforward proceeding and not expensive.

Probate refers to procedures regarding disposition of a person’s estate, invariably through a court proceeding.