Fort Worth Business Press – People May 27, 2013
Dick Price of the Price Law Firm was recently elected the first chairman of the Collaborative Law Section of the Tarrant County Bar Association.
Price is an attorney and a mediator and is board-certified as a specialist in family law. He frequently speaks for the State Bar of Texas and the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas as well as various county bar associations and sections. He also has served as a temporary associate judge for each of the family courts in Tarrant County.
Price Law Firm Blog Gains National Recognition
May 20, 2012
Questions about Divorce or Child Custody? Local Blog Celebrates Five Years of Providing Families with the Answers
FORT WORTH, Texas— The Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas blog was created on May 1, 2007. This award-winning blog has been a top resource for people all across Texas who are going through a divorce or other family law situation.
Author of the blog, Dick Price, shares practical information to get better results in a divorce and lessen the pain often experienced as people work through the court/legal system. “After five years, it’s still fun to answer questions and help people with the blog.”
The top 5 blog posts in the past 5 years were:
- What is a Rule 11 Agreement?
- How can a father get custody?
- How to Find and Hire an Attorney for a Divorce?
- At what Age can Kids Choose the Parent they Want to Live with?
- How Can you Speed up a Divorce and Save Money?
The Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas blog has been widely recognized as a top Divorce blog.
About The Price Law Firm
Dick Price is an attorney, a mediator and is Board Certified as a Specialist in Family Law . He is a strong proponent of Collaborative Law as a better way to resolve many Family Law issues. He has been named a Texas Super Lawyer and a Top Lawyer in Fort Worth numerous times. He is a frequent speaker for the State Bar of Texas and the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, as well as various county bar associations and sections, on Collaborative Law, family law and law practice management issues. He has also served as a temporary Associate Judge for each of the family courts in Tarrant County. Mr. Price has an extensive web site at pricelawfirmtx.com along with two award-winning blogs, Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas and Texas Collaborative Law and is active on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Pinterest and other social media.
October 20, 2011
Dick Price of the The Price Law Firm Co-Founds The International Academy of Attorneys for Divorce over 50
FORT WORTH, Texas— The Price Law Firm in downtown Fort Worth, Texas is announcing their involvement in the creation of a successful non-profit organization aimed at assisting couples who are over 50 and faced with divorce.
In late 2010 The International Academy of Attorneys for Divorce over 50 (IAAD50) was created after several successful family law attorneys across the nation agreed that the needs of couples over 50 who were divorcing for the first time were quite different from younger couples who were going through the same process. “We are working together to find solutions to special needs of couples divorcing after long-term marriages”, according to Dick Price.
The IAAD50 website has extensive information directed towards couples over 50 and the unique issues that come with a divorce at this time in life, such as finding new career directions, retirement, needs for spousal support, complex property division, tax planning, family businesses or professional practices and counseling or coaching.
The International Academy of Attorneys for Divorce Over 50 is focused on the unique concerns of people over fifty years of age going through divorce and post-divorce matters. We are committed to providing a central resource for education for separating spouses, and promoting excellence in the standard of practice in family law.
About The Price Law Firm
Dick Price has been Board Certified as a Specialist in Family Law since 1984, and is a strong proponent of Collaborative Law as a better way to resolve many Family Law issues. He has been named a Texas Super Lawyer and a Top Lawyer in Fort Worth numerous times. He serves on the Atticus Graduate Network Advisory Board and is also a former member of the Law Practice Management Committee of the State Bar of Texas. He is a frequent speaker for the State Bar of Texas and the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, as well as various county bar associations and sections, on Collaborative Law, family law and law practice management issues. He has also served as a temporary Associate Judge for each of the family courts in Tarrant County. Mr. Price has an extensive web site at pricelawfirmtx.com and two award-winning blogs, “Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas” and “Texas Collaborative Law,” and is active on Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media.
For more information and to access the blogs go to https://www.pricelawfirmtx.com
March 6, 2011
Price Law Firm Blog: A Great Resource for Fort Worth
FORT WORTH, Texas— The Price Law Firm in downtown Fort Worth, Texas launched their blog, Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas in May of 2007. The blog was the first family law blog in Tarrant County. After three years of consistent and informative blog entries, along with using Twitter and Facebook to promote the blog, the firm says that it’s starting to pay off.
“The blog has become a great resource for clients and potential clients.” said Richard C. (Dick) Price, principal of The Price Law firm. “The potential clients who like my approach set up an appointment and usually hire me. If they don’t like what they read, they save their time and mine by going to see someone else. We’ve even stayed busy during the slow economic times.”
July 13, 2010
Price Law Firm among the First to Introduce a Flat Fee Payment Option
FORT WORTH, Texas— Beginning in March of 2008, Price Law Firm will be one of the first law firms in Fort Worth to offer a flat fee payment option. The firm will initially offer clients the option to choose either paying the traditional hourly fees for services or flat fees which are determined individually for each case after an initial consultation.
The flat fee requires a payment in advance for specified services. A flat fee is based on the services to be rendered and their complexity. Once set, flat fees do not increase. However, additional fees may be charged to pay for services not included in the original agreement. “Many clients prefer the flat fee arrangement because they know at the beginning what their financial commitment will be,” said Dick Price of Price Law Firm.
Under the traditional hourly fee system, clients maintain a specified level of retainer that is billed against until the matter is completed. Monthly statements are sent out specifying the work done and hours expended.
With either approach, the services are spelled out in a written agreement. Both options are discussed with prospective clients and they choose the plan they prefer.
The flat fee payment option has become more popular among attorneys nationwide in recent years because it is a more customer oriented payment plan.