William D. Bloodworth II, a board-certified Texas attorney and founder of Bloodworth Law Firm has recently launched “What Am I Going to Do: How to prepare for an Impending Divorce,” an edifying book about divorce and family law in Texas.
“What Am I Going to Do” has chapters explaining why clients should hire a board-certified lawyer, how to prepare for leaving one’s spouse, the advantages of filing for divorce before one’s spouse, how to get child custody and keep it and many other topics.
This book is a quick study on the main issues encountered in divorce and child custody cases in Texas. Its pages are for Texans who are contemplating a divorce, going through a divorce or being sued for divorce. The book addresses other concerns like fathers needing information on their rights in Texas, child support questions and other important issues affecting fathers. It can also guide parents who have encountered the Children’s Protective Services, grandparents interested in their rights to see their grandchildren and more. “What Am I Going to Do” is a resource Texans can use to get informed, and it is full of secrets that some lawyers would not share with anyone.
The author is board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This makes Bloodworth an authority on the subject as less than 1 percent of all Texas lawyers are board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. For over 26 years, he has practiced as a trial attorney and has tried all kinds of cases. He was, however, drawn to family law because of his personal experience of going through an unwanted divorce.
Because of his experience with a bitter divorce, Bloodworth has a unique understanding of its impact on people and its emotional toll on every family member. This life experience is the reason why he is drawn to and has a special affinity for family law cases.
Bloodworth was admitted to practice law by the Supreme Court of Texas in November of 1992, and he opened his practice in Livingston, Texas. He founded what was then known as William D. Bloodworth II, Attorney and Counselor at Law, which he later formed as a professional limited liability company.
More information can be found at http://bloodworthlawfirm.com/.
About Bloodworth Law Firm
Bloodworth Law Firm was founded by William D. Bloodworth II, a board-certified Texas attorney and author of “What Am I Going to Do: How to prepare for an Impending Divorce.”