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My husband and I hired Mr. Heise to do our estate planning work. I liked the no nonsense way he worked with us. He... more
Fort Worth  Christopher Patrick Heise

Christopher Heise

Fort Worth, TX Commercial
Avvo rating 6.4
Mike has not contacted me about any court dates or replied to any of my emails lately. I have had to find out my case... more
Fort Worth  Michael Gregory Allbee

Michael Allbee

Fort Worth, TX Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.6
Dont HIRE THIS LAWYER!!!!!! Rose anna is very unprofessional and down right rude and disrespectful. My brother was... more
Fort Worth  Rose Anna Salinas

Rose Salinas

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
He did the near impossible in my bankruptcy. He kept me informed and was very timely returning my calls and Emails,... more
Fort Worth  Clayton Lockleer Everett

Clayton Everett

Fort Worth, TX Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating No concern
I would highly recommend Kelly to anyone who is looking for an attorney. Kelly was not only my attorney she was... more
Fort Worth  Kelly West Decker

Kelly Decker

Fort Worth, TX Family
Avvo rating 9.1
An extremely knowledgeable and thorough attorney that will represent your firm as if it were his own. He analyzes the... more
Fort Worth  Gary Lynn Ingram

Gary Ingram

Fort Worth, TX Litigation
Avvo rating 6.7
I reached out to Mrs. Kinzie after receiving a traffic violation. Being new to the state I was nervous about protocol.... more
Fort Worth  Lindsay Marie Epley Kinzie

Lindsay Kinzie

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.1
I have just been released on 2nd degree Felony. All charges dismissed. John Michael Pool had managed to understand a... more
Fort Worth  John Michael Pool

John Pool

Fort Worth, TX Juvenile
Avvo rating No concern


practicing lawyers in Fort Worth

In 1872, Fort Worth was in a prime position for growth. The city was expanding, and a railroad was being laid near the town. Then the Wall Street firm that served as the financial backer to the railroad collapsed. A mass exodus from Fort Worth followed, with some 75% of the population leaving.

A local citizen soon claimed that the city was so deserted he had seen a panther napping by the courthouse. While doubtless intended to mock the city, the city instead seized on the panther as a mascot. To this day, "Panther City" is the unofficial nickname of Fort Worth, and a statue of a panther stands by the Tarrant County Administration Building.