Our legal team at Walters Gilbreath, PLLC routinely handle complex cases, including family law and divorce matters seen before a jury. We have helped parents through emotionally trying custody battles, particularly those involving the Hague Convention, and always keep the best interests of the family in mind.
Our dedication and years of experience has afforded us a wealth of information. Because the team at Walters Gilbreath, PLLC are dedicated to assisting clients, we offer a number articles related to jury trials. Simply click on the article to learn more about the four phase process and your legal options.
Phase One : Making Up Your Mind
- How Much Will a Texas Family Jury Trial Cost? – Find out what you can expect to spend on your jury trial.
- Choosing the Right Lawyer to Represent You – This article offers a guide to how you should choose the right attorney for your trial.
- Jury or Judge : Which is Better for You?– Here we discuss some factors to help you decide.
- 5 Reasons Most Lawyers Don’t Like Jury Trials – This article will offer insight into the reasons that most lawyers avoid trying jury trials in Texas. Is your lawyer amongst the many?
- 5 Decisions a Jury Can Make – Even though Juries have plenty of important power, they can’t decide everything. Learn about the decisions that they can make.
Phase Two : Getting Ready for Trial
- Selecting the Right Jurors (Voire Dire) – This article gives you insight to what attorneys look for when choosing a jury for your trial.
- Preparing the Witnesses (Lay & Expert) – Learn about how your attorney will prepare your witnesses for trial.
- The Discovery Step – This step could make a break a case. Learn more about what it is and what is discoverable.
Phase Three : Proving Your Case to a Jury
- Community Property – You have to divide community property with your spouse. Texas is a community property state. Find out what all of this means.
- Proving Separate Property to a Jury – A jury can decide on the character of your property. Learn about how you can prove your property is separate to them.
Phase Four: Trial
- What Will Happen on the Day of Trial? – Nervous about the day of trial? Have questions? We’ll help ease your mind.
- 5 Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Jury Trials – We answer 5 questions that we get all of the time.
To discuss your unique issue, please contact our Texas attorneys by calling (844) 451-1220.