Wendy L. Hart
|Law School:||Texas Tech University, J.D.|
|College:||University of Texas, B.A.|
|Memberships:||Tarrant County Bar Association|
|State Bar of Texas (Member, Family and Probate Sections)|
|Tarrant County Family Bar|
|State Bar College|
|Biography:||Former State’s Assistant Attorney General|
Top-Rated Family Law and Divorce Attorney
I was born in Dallas, Texas. I obtained my BA in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at the University of Texas in 1992 and remain an avid Longhorn fan. I received my law degree from Texas Tech in 1995 and was admitted to the Texas Bar in November of that same year. I started my career performing adoptions for foster parents. Then I went to work for the Texas Attorney General’s Office, child support division, for 3 years serving in both McAllen, Texas and Fort Worth, Texas. I left there in January 2001 and opened my office in Fort Worth, Texas, concentrating on family law issues. As my clientele aged, I naturally added guardianship and probate to my practice.
I am a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association where I consistently serve on the Mentoring Committee, frequently as the Chairman. I am dedicated to helping new attorneys learn to practice law in an ethical and realistic manner. I also serve as a member of several other committees for the Tarrant County Bar, including fee arbitration, holiday planning, Big Brothers and Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, and Law Day. I am also a member of the Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas, Family Law and Probate Law Sections.
Compassionate and Aggressive Fort Worth Attorney
I have 4 sons and 2 granddaughters. I am very family oriented and spend most of my free time with my kids. We enjoy bowling, fishing and camping. I coach a little league baseball team for the YMCA in the Spring with my teenage son. I am also blessed to have my extended family still living in the area. Having experienced my own divorce and subsequent modification, I fully comprehend the stress and turmoil my clients experience during these cases. I understand the intensity of the emotional upheaval clients experience. That is why it is imperative that clients have a family law attorney to guide them and focus on the details while they work through the emotions.