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Areas Of Practice Include:

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Family Law

Fort Worth Family Law Attorney and Divorce Lawyer 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 attorney Mitch Miers.  Learn more:

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DWI is the most common arrest police officers make and not all stops are lawful. Getting arrested for DWI does not mean you will be convicted. If you are looking for a Dallas or Fort Worth DWI Lawyer, they can help you through the process.  Furthermore, you may not even lose your driver’s license.  Consulting with a DWI lawyer can separate fact from fiction.  Fort Worth DWI Lawyer Mitch Miers has spent years defending the accused in all types of DWI cases including breath and blood cases.  Call Ft. Worth DWI attorney Mitch Miers and let The Miers Law Firm guide you through the legal system. 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 and are in need of a criminal defense lawyer, call Miers Law now. Learn more:

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The Miers Law Firm Advantage

What Sets Us Apart.


Personal Attention For Your Legal Matter

Clients are the focus of Miers Law Firm.  Mitch Miers takes the time to explain your case options and answer all questions you have. You will never be rushed in speaking with our personnel.  Miers Law phones are monitored 24 hours a day so that an attorney is within reach.  We can walk you through your family law, DWI, or criminal defense issues.  At the Miers Law Firm, our clients have our attention.


Affordable Rates & Reasonable Payment Plans

Need an affordable lawyer?  Cost should not be a barrier to quality legal representation.  You should be able to have an experienced lawyer.  Miers Law understands that most legal expenses are unexpected and offers 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 Family Law & Criminal Defense Attorney Blog

Is Your Spouse Thinking About Divorce?

January is a busy month for divorce attorneys.  Some want to see if they can make it through the holidays, some are waiting for that Christmas or year-end bonus to kick in.  Some just want a change in the new year.  The following is from Bravo Blog and sums up the situation. If Your Spouse Is Considering Divorce, They Are (Secretly) Doing This First January is “considering my options” month, says one famous divorce lawyer. While they’re trying to keep up with their New Year’s resolutions, hitting the gym and eating salads, many are also (secretly) visiting a divorce lawyer’s office to see if they want to proceed with a split—and often their partner never finds out. It’s called “considering my options month.” Just because you’re not divorced, doesn’t mean they weren’t looking into it. Top New York divorce lawyer, Jacqueline Newman, managing partner of Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd, LLP, says there is a massive spike in divorce inquiries during January. That’s when one half of a couple gathers information on what a divorce would look like- without having discussed it with their partner. There are two reasons January is the time people are snooping around to find how how much a split is going to cost them and how long it will take to finalize. “The spike follows the stressful December holidays. Couples often consider divorce an off-limits holiday topic,” Jacqueline says. But New Year/ new beginnings and stress-exposed fractures in the relationship coincide in January.” Following January, actual divorce filings will spike in February when decision/plan/lawyer are in place. “In my experience I’ve seen in January people want to start... read more

5 Topics You Need To Discuss With Your Divorce Lawyer

5 Topics You Need To Discuss With Your Divorce Lawyer Great article from Huffington.  In Texas, spousal support is rare, but support to children is not, and we do need to discover if spousal support is possible.  I love articles like this that divorce clients and potential divorce clients can read and see a road map to an initial family law attorney meeting. 5 Topics You Need to Discuss With Your Divorce Lawyer By Vikki Ziegler When clients first contact me, they are often highly emotional, and understandably so. Divorce is complicated. Whether they arrived at their decision after months or years of thought or found themselves forced into the process after discovering their spouse was cheating, time and time again I watch them grapple to make sense of the life change they face. Compounding their struggle are the financial and legal issues involved in dividing marital property. To advocate on my clients’ behalf and negotiate the best possible settlement for them, it is important that I have a full understanding of their financial picture as well as their short-term and long-term goals early on in the process. Though it may mean some forethought and legwork for clients at the outset, their investment will pay off, resulting in less billable hours and a comprehensive agreement that protects them now and in the future. As you prepare to meet with your divorce lawyer, here are five areas on which to focus. 1. Property. Marital property refers to any property the couple acquired during the marriage. It can include but is not limited to the marital home, cars, furniture, jewelry, furs, and... read more

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

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I have worked thousands of cases and I always look for a way to fight your case, no matter how bleak the situation may seem. Miers Law Firm prides itself on attention to detail, client service, and finding the best outcome.

No matter how great your case may seem, the other side will work to exploit any perceived weaknesses. You can rest easy knowing that Miers Law Firm will investigate all facets of your case. We will be ready.

– Mitch Miers

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Mitch Miers & The Miers Law Firm serves: Tarrant County, Denton County,

Dallas County, and more in the areas of Family Law, DWI, Criminal Defense, and Personal Injury.