Fort Worth Laws
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The City of Cowboys and Culture proudly embraces its western roots, including hosting the largest indoor rodeo in the world. Known through history as the Gateway to the American West, Fort Worth is drenched in history; look no further than the marvelous architecture of the Tarrant County Courthouse and the storied Texas Christian University. As one of the fastest growing cities in the country, Fort Worth’s future looks even brighter. Residents facing legal problems or a trip to court for any reason can find helpful resources in this section, including a courthouse directory, legal aid resources, and articles on a variety of legal topics.
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