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Johnson County Divorce Attorney

Serving Families in Burleson & Tarrant County for 20+ Years

Considering divorce? Here at Coontz Cochran, we are known for providing compassionate, detailed legal representation so your divorce case can go smoothly, helping to avoid any unnecessary obstacles. Our premier Johnson County divorce and family law firm was established in 1990, in which time our team of experienced trial lawyers have sharpened their negotiation and litigation skills both inside and outside the courtroom. Together, our two partners have more than 40 years of collective legal experience. We can help you obtain a favorable outcome.

Our divorce firm is AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® for ethical standards and legal skill, and an attorney on our team has been included the Texas Super Lawyers® list. You can be confident in the high-quality service we provide. We will keep you informed of every new development in your case, and even now we can help you start with detailed pre-divorce planning. From start to finish, we can provide the experienced, caring guidance you need.

Call (888) 858-0536 or email us today to learn more in a free case evaluation with our Johnson County divorce lawyers.

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J. Greg Coontz

Partner

Greg Coontz is an attorney who first earned an accounting degree from Texas Wesleyan University. Practicing law for more than 30 years, he is backed by significant legal and financial insights.

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Jeff Cochran

Partner

A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Jeff has served families throughout Texas for nearly 20 years. Our main family litigation attorney, Jeff is fluent in both Spanish and English.

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FAQ

  • How Long Can My Divorce Take?

    At the very least, Texas law requires a 60-day waiting period before a divorce can be finalized. But if child custody is a factor, if one party wants to contest the divorce in trial, or if complex spousal support and asset division are involved, then this could add months to the process. The bottom line is that getting a divorce is never an overnight process.

  • What Are Grounds for Divorce in Texas?

    In Texas you can file for both no-fault and at-fault divorce. With a no-fault divorce, no one is blamed and the parties are simply agreeing that the marriage is irreparably damaged and conflict-filled. A couple can also file for no-fault divorce after living separately for three years. At-fault divorces can be filed when one party faults the other with adultery, abandonment, a felony conviction and prison sentence, and more. With an at-fault divorce, the reason for the divorce can affect child custody and visitation matters.

  • Do I Need to Hire a Divorce Attorney?

    You are not required by law to hire an attorney, but hiring an attorney is crucial to avoiding costly errors and delays. Divorces tend to be filled with dense legal work, procedural requirements, and more. In an already emotional and stressful time, a divorce lawyer can help you skillfully and successfully handle the legal challenges ahead.

Areas We Serve

  • Burleson
  • Cleburne
  • Johnson County
  • Tarrant County
  • Hood County
  • Dallas County