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The population of Lewisville is one of the fastest growing populations not just in the state of Texas, but in the entire United States. Stretching across almost 37 square miles and incorporated in 1925, the growth of Lewisville has continued to skyrocket since the middle of the 19th century. The population growth all started when the Garza-Little Elm Dam was completed. Present day, the dam has expanded to the Lewisville Lake. The Lewisville Lake stretches across more than six square miles. The heritage and the artistic community of Lewisville has inspired many growing families to flock to Lewisville to settle down.


Rich in Community and Culture

Lewisville is home to a community with a rich culture and a strong sense of tradition. Every year, Lewisville celebrates their close knit community with fun and exciting activities along with unique festivals that showcase Lewisville’s character. The city welcomes in the spring with the Lewisville ColorPalooza: a Celebration of Spring. And, there’s plenty of festivals and events held in the summertime: there’s the Fiesta Charra, Sounds of Lewisville, and the Lewisville Professional Bull Riders. Some of the most fun events and festivals in the fall are the Western Days Festival and the Best Little BrewFest in Texas. Lewisville also hosts fun and exciting events in the winter as well, such as the Old Town Holiday Stroll. 


A City with a History

For history buffs, Lewisville is an ideal vacation destination: this is a city where historical sites and historical markers abound. Some of of Lewisville’s most exciting historic sites include the Old Well House, Greater Lewisville Community Theater, and the Main Street Cafe. Many tourists and residents enjoy visiting the Homes on 2003 Old Town Holiday Home Tour and the Homes on 2004 Old Town Holiday Home Tour. In Lewisville, there are also a ton of historical markers for history buffs to enjoy. Some of Lewisville’s most important historical markers include the Lewisville Prehistoric Site, Old Hall Cemetery, the Peters Colony, and the Milken House. 


We’re Here for You, Lewisville

At CoilLaw, we know Lewisville’s community-centric culture. And we’ve got the understanding and experience necessary to help our clients through any family law issue. A lot of people attempt to file for divorce without the help of an attorney in order to save a little cash. Unfortunately, many of those people end up spending more time and money hiring an attorney to fix poorly written, or confusing, divorce decrees. At CoilLaw, our legal team has expert knowledge of all family law matters, especially divorce. If you’re ready to take the next step and file for divorce, contact CoilLaw today.


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