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I originally hired his partner and she passed me on to Eric. My divorce took 8 months although it never went... more
Fort Worth  Eric Steven Labovitz

Eric Labovitz

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.9
Mr. Heard prepared and reviewed various real estate documents concerned with the proposed liquidation of my... more
Fort Worth  Dwight A. Heard

Dwight Heard

Fort Worth, TX Mergers & Acquisitions
Avvo rating 7.0
David Wynne and his team fought rigorously for my boys and I. I was involved in a high conflict custody... more
Fort Worth  David Warren Wynne

David Wynne

Fort Worth, TX Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
Marshall has done the best work and given some of the best advice on my life. He has made a world of a... more
Fort Worth  Marshall Francis Jacobini

Marshall Jacobini

Fort Worth, TX Family
Avvo rating 6.5
Mr. Heard was professional at all times, was willing to check into all the options to decide the best for our... more
Fort Worth  Dwight A. Heard

Dwight Heard

Fort Worth, TX Mergers & Acquisitions
Avvo rating 7.0
Deandra and her team were with me every step of the way through my dwi experience. Although it was a very... more
Fort Worth  Deandra Michelle Grant

Deandra Grant

Fort Worth, TX DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Richard Eldredge and his team were by far the most professional, caring team I have delt with. They dont take... more
Fort Worth  Richard Gardner Eldredge

Richard Eldredge

Fort Worth, TX Patent Application
Avvo rating 7.8
I hired Dwight to assist me with legal paperwork on selling my house. He has been very proactive and... more
Fort Worth  Dwight A. Heard

Dwight Heard

Fort Worth, TX Mergers & Acquisitions
Avvo rating 7.0

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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.