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You’ve probably heard folks say that everything is bigger in the Lone Star State. But, those people aren’t just talking about the portion sizes at steakhouses: similar to Dallas, Fort Worth is a gigantic city. Fort Worth boasts a population of nearly one million residents, making the city the fourth most populous city in–not just all of Texas–but all of the United States. With over 350 square miles of land, Fort Worth also claims fifth place for being geographically the largest city in the Lone Star State. And, Fort Worth steals the 13th place for the largest city in the United States. In Fort Worth, the population growth isn’t predicted to stop any time soon, seeing as population has nearly doubled over the past 20 years. 


Building History Day by Day

Since its establishment in 1849, Fort Worth has continued to build history throughout the decades. Fort Worth is home to Stockyards National Historic District, a tribute to the city’s humble beginnings. Stockyards National Historic District has fun activities and entertainment that the whole family can enjoy. Because of the Chisholm Trail, the cattle industry was a big deal in Fort Worth for the families in the middle of the 19th century. Fort Worth’s attraction, “The Fort Worth Heard” which is a cattle drive that’s hosted two times per day, pays tribute to the city’s beginnings. But that’s not all for historical attractions in Fort Worth: there’s also the Stockyards Museum, Stockyards Championship Rodeo, and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame.


Upholding Tradition Year Around

The city of Fort Worth hosts all kinds of events throughout the year. Fort Worth welcomes in the new year with the city’s Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo begins in the middle of January and runs until the first part of February. When the weather gets a little warmer in the spring, Fort Worth has the Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival, Fort Worth Opera Festival, and the Food and Wine Festival. During the summer, many of Fort Worth’s annual festivals begin such as the National Day of the American Cowboy, NASCAR All-Star Race, Mayfest, Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Charles Schwab Challenge, Juneteenth, Fort Worth Fourth, and Rockin’ the River. In Fort Worth, Fall marks the beginning of the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show, Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering and Western Swing Fest, Lone Star Film Festival, and Tarrant County Harambee Festival. And, during the winter, Fort Worth has the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.    


When It’s Time to Hire Help

At CoilLaw, we understand unique dynamics of Fort Worth’s community culture. And, we’ve got years of experience working with a wide variety of clients and a multitude of circumstances. Because of this, we’re uniquely qualified to handle Fort Worth’s family law needs. At CoilLaw, we believe that our client’s interests and rights are the most crucial parts of the divorce process. Divorce is a difficult process for so many people; there’s no wonder it’s considered the second most traumatic event that a person can go through. If you’re considering filing for divorce, contact CoilLaw today for an initial consultation. Our skilled legal team can help you navigate the divorce process and advocate for your rights.


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