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DWI is the most common arrest police officers make. Getting arrested for DWI does not mean you will be convicted. You may not lose your driver’s license.  Fort Worth DWI Lawyer Mitch Miers has spent years defending the accused in all types of DWI cases.  Call Ft. Worth DWI attorney Mitch Miers and let The Miers Law Firm show you the truth from the fiction. Learn more:

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Criminal Defense

Arrested for possession, theft, assault, or another offense? Fort Worth Criminal Defense Lawyer Mitch Miers has worked all types of cases as a criminal defense attorney.  A criminal conviction can affect your career, your relationships, your life.  No matter the issue, let The Miers Firm be your Fort Worth criminal defense attorney and put you in the best position to move forward. If you are looking to fight a charge, call now. Learn more:

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Family Law

Fort Worth Divorce and Family law attorney Mitch Miers can help with divorce, child support, custody/visitation issues, and adoptions.  We can also handle protective orders and other issues in the family code including juvenile issues.   Family law is changing rapidly and The Miers Law Firm will fight for what you deserve in a divorce or other family law issue. Learn more about Divorce and Family Law lawyer Mitch Miers.  Learn more:

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What Sets Us Apart.


Personal Attention For Your Legal Matter

We take the time to explain your case options and answer all questions you have. You’ll never feel rushed.  Our phones are monitored 24 hours a day so that an attorney is within reach.  We can walk you through your DWI, criminal defense, or family law issues.  At the Miers Law Firm, clients are our focus.


Affordable Rates & Reasonable Payment Plans

Need an affordable lawyer?  You should be able to have experienced representation.  We understand that most legal expenses are unexpected and offer payment plans that are convenient for you.  We want to resolve your case in the best way for you without great expense.


Experience That Your Case Deserves


Miers Law Firm is experienced in our areas of practice. As a Fort Worth DWI Lawyer, Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney, or Ft. Worth Divorce and Family Law Lawyer, we aim to solve your legal problems and give you peace of mind.


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Fort Worth DWI Lawyer & Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney Blog

What are Bond Conditions and Do I Have to Obey Them?

What are Bond Conditions and Do I Have to Obey Them?   Before defining what bond conditions are, let me go ahead and say “Yes, you have to obey them,” so it will begin to sink in.  Bond conditions are the tiny things you must or must not do while you are out on bond.  If you do not obey your bond conditions, you could be sent to jail until your case is resolved. What are some of these things you ask?  Let’s take a DWI case for example.  It would not be uncommon to have a bond condition to not drink alcohol or have a monitor placed on yourself or vehicle if your blood alcohol content was high or you have a prior DWI arrest or DWI conviction (I had a client with no prior convictions but 3 DWI arrests within 2 months – judge placed interlock on his car).  Also, commit no new offenses.  That means if you get arrested again, the judge will revoke your bond.  S/he will probably grant you a new bond but in Tarrant county, they will usually double the old bond.  Not following the judge’s conditions can cause problems. If you get caught drinking or violate the ignition interlock, you might go to jail for a weekend while your case is still pending.  If we need a favor from the judge in a plea deal, your actions in violating a bond condition could have an effect on the outcome of such a request.  Basically, when you get arrested, and are out on bond, lead a quiet existence until the mess is over.... read more

A Brief History of Divorce

A BRIEF HISTORY OF DIVORCE   With the debut of HBO’s new show DIVORCE, the topic of divorce is coming up in the national media.  Time magazine posted this article (reprinted below) and you can find other relevant pieces throughout the internet.  One thing I found surprising about the article is the rise of divorce in the 19th century.  My parents divorced in the 1970s and they seemed like pioneers at the time.  As a lawyer I found out the State Bar of Texas did not even have a family law section when the 1970s began.  Family law was not a specialty. I thought it was in the 1980s with L.A. Law and divorce specialist Arnie Becker was a top producer at the drama’s firm. If you are going through divorce and I would have no recommendation on the new show DIVORCE.   I saw a news video with a group of females.  Two were married, one single, the other divorced.  The divorced woman found the most humor in the show.  Alas, it has only been one episode so that is also why I hesitate  to give an opinion.  But, it has brought us the divorce history below. A Brief History of Divorce in America: From Legal Rarity to Dark Comedy Ashley Ross The legal concept of “irreconcilable differences” dates to 1969 Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to television on HBO’s Divorce follows the story of a woman as she uproots her life with the hope that liberation from a 17-year marriage will solve all her problems. The series not only sheds light on divorce, it makes light of it, too. But the history has not been kind... read more

Changing Social Attitudes on Divorce

Changing Social Attitudes on Divorce   Great article from the Huffington Post on the attitudes on divorce for one recently divorced author. Everyone does seem to take a position akin to a funeral at the end of a marriage.  There was a book titled “It’s Called a Breakup Because It’s Broken.”  We lament what once was, but one is in this position because it is no more.  Perhaps the author, Galina Nemirovsky, is correct in that we should take a more celebratory tone.  An old friend of mine has been doing just that on social media after her divorce and I, for one , have enjoyed reading her posts and her sheer delight at her new life and the doors that have opened.  The article is posted below or view it here.   THE BLOG I’m Part of the Divorce Welcoming Committee 09/12/2016 09:10 pm ET | Updated 13 hours ago Galina Nemirovsky Writer and Blogger; Join in my discovery of Life Clubs, my 365 Project @HeartsEverywhere.com When I was getting divorced, no one told me, “Congratulations!” or “Good job!” Instead, they frowned, rubbed my shoulders and wanted to cry. Only, I was euphoric; I was liberated from my controlling husband and it wasn’t easy taking the final steps to leave. Getting divorced takes courage and strength and whether you’re the initiator or the receiver, you’re both victims who feel like the rug has been violently pulled out from underneath you, left free falling into a black hole. Pursuing happiness isn’t always easy and often involves jumping over some messy and complicated hurdles such as hurting someone I once... read more

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