Beginning in the middle of the 19th century, settlers started to arrive at the place we now call Richardson, Texas. Like many other cities in the Lone Star State, Richardson has some pretty humble roots. Today, Richardson has grown into a bustling city, boasting a population of over 100,000 residents. The city of Richardson stretches over 28 miles of land and includes a multitude of headquarters and offices of companies in the telecommunication business. Cell phone carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Samsung, and MetroPCS, all have offices or headquarters in Richardson. Richardson is also the home of several large tech companies like Cisco, Fujitsu Limited, and Qorvo. Insurance companies such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, GEICO, State Farm Insurance, and United Healthcare.
Many Sights to See
Although Richardson boasts a population of over 100,000 people and multiple global businesses, the city has found a way to maintain its small town feel and close knit community. Although Richardson isn’t quite as large as Texas’s biggest cities, the city’s many unique, historical attractions. Every year, many people in Richardson seek out the city’s scenic sights such as Breckinridge Park, Heights Park, and Spring Creek Nature Area. Richardson also has a plentitude of museums and artistic attractions such as the North Texas Automotive Museum, the Richardson Symphony Orchestra, and many other sights to see. No matter what you love, Richardson has something for everyone.
A City Rich in Tradition
Throughout the year, Richardson hosts annual fun, family friendly events such as the Cottonwood Art Festival, which Richardson has been hosting since 1969. The Cottonwood Art Festival is one of Texas’s finest art festivals. Around 30 years ago, Richardson held its first The Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival. This unique festival has great food, live music, and local artists. During the Fourth of July, Richardson has a festival called the Family 4th Celebration at Breckinridge Park. The Family 4th Celebration at Breckinridge Park has picnics, fireworks, and summer activities. In October, Richardson hosts the annual Huffhines Art Trails in Huffhines Park. This event is an opportunity for local businesses, restaurants, and vendors to sell and promote their products. During the holiday season, Richardson hosts Richardson’s Christmas Parade and Santa’s Village.
Advocating for Your Rights
At CoilLaw, we understand Richardson’s unique community culture, and we’re ready to advocate for you and your rights. Divorces come in all shapes and sizes. Typically, high-conflict divorces are more likely to be expensive, lengthy, and require an attorney. However, even if you and your spouse are going through an amicable divorce, having an attorney process your divorce can ensure that your divorce decree is clearly written and understood by both parties. A lot of family law attorneys spend a shocking amount of time fixing poorly written, or confusing, divorce decrees. Having a qualified divorce lawyer advocating for your best interests can help reduce your losses during the divorce. If you’re considering filing for divorce, contact CoilLaw today for an initial consultation. Our firm is committed to providing everyone with high quality legal advice and helping our clients navigate one of the most difficult situations they’ll face. If you’re going through divorce, contact CoilLaw today.