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The Law Office Of J. Kevin Clark P.C. When you have a family law or business problem anywhere in the Fort Worth area, a meeting with attorney Kevin Clark can be your first step toward positive resolution. Kevin has more than 30 years of experience in Texas courts. He has been certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1987. If strategic planning and skilled negotiation are not enough, Kevin will go the distance to protect your interests at trial.Suggest edits
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5 months ago
We were very pleased with the results we obtained for you. Best of luck to you and thank you for choosing the Law Office of J Kevin Clark, PC to help you.
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a year ago
Jeff Soapy Williams I am glad we were able to help you through this difficult time. I really appreciate your recommendation of the Law Office of J Kevin Clark, PC.
2 years ago
Mr. Holub, your case was settled over 3 years ago by an Agreed Order that you read and signed. The public filings by your ex wife detail the allegations of your behavior that led to the Agreed Order. Your recollection seems to be seriously impaired by something. The fact that your behavior at your home led to emergency medical attention for your child led to your agreement. There was no coordination between the attorneys however there were medical records in the file describing the emergency medical treatment your son needed while at your house. Your adamant refusal to change your behavior was a huge factor that hurt your case. You were informed about how the Judge feels about that issue and you then decided an agreement was in your child's best interest. I did not include any provision that you had not read or approved. There is no provision that upon your death that your son's mother gets everything you own. There is a provision that your child support obligation survives your death. This is a very common provision to protect your son. If you want to discuss your concerns call me.
2 years ago