"Providing legal service with heart"

When you hire TWLAW™, you can trust us to protect your family AND your business. Our goal is to help YOU navigate emotionally difficult areas of Family Law and assist YOU with creating and maintaining your business. With over 28 years of legal experience, we understand that each client has unique needs. That is why we take into account the individual aspects of every case and we address your specific needs. Whether you are faced with emotional dilemma about your family’s future or are anxious about your next step in growing your business, we can help provide you piece of mind. We are committed to helping all our clients, whether they are families OR small businesses. We offer professional representation for clients seeking realistic and pragmatic advice and exceptional results in a friendly, positive and caring law firm. 

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When you hire TWLAW™, you can trust us to protect your family AND your business.
You can be assured that your family law needs are being met by attorneys who genuinely care. We want you to walk away from an emotional process knowing that the best interests of your family and children were well served.
In your business, we will help you plan so that your company is thriving and sustainable, so you can focus your attention on being creative and inventive. We are thorough, detailed and professional. All along the way, we will work with you to make sure that the process is not financially burdensome for you.


We understand that not everyone has the same financial resources and we will work with you so you can obtain the legal help you need in affordable ways. You can leave the legal strategy to us while you focus on loving your family or growing your business and impacting the world.






Our Team

The members of our legal team are highly trained and experienced. 
Each and every one of them is completely dedicated to your case. 

Donna R. Tomlinson


Mellany L. McDonald

Of Counsel

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How Long Will My Case Take

The length of any case depends on a number of factors. If the parties cannot come to an agreement and the case must be taken to court, your process will take longer. If children or high assets are involved, the process is also more likely to take longer. For example, while the length of a divorce typically takes one year, the process will take longer if the spouses cannot agree on the terms, or if children or high assets are involved.

Will I Have to Take My Case to Court
It is not uncommon for a family law case to need to be taken to court. When you work with our firm, we will try to help you reach an amicable resolution; however, this is not always possible. If you are unable to resolve your case peacefully, we are prepared to represent you in court, where we will ensure your rights are protected.
Do I really need an attorney?
The family law system can be complicated, and these types of processes can be personal and emotional. You need a lawyer who will guide you through the family law system, ensure your process goes as smoothly as possible, and help you reach a solution that is tailored to meet you and your family’s unique needs.
Why hire our firm?
When you hire our firm, you can be confident knowing that your case is being handled by a professional who has been through all the same processes you are going through and is known for delivering caring family law representation. You will always be treated with respect, honesty, and dignity as we work toward the best solution possible for you and your family.



Tomlinson Weyland Law Group
2626 Cole Avenue, Suite 300,
Dallas, Texas 75204

Phone: (214) 617-5969

Fax: (214) 594-9555

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