Discovery in Divorce and Child Custody Texas

Why Do People Get Divorced?

Why Do People Get Divorced? In this Video Podcast Mark L. Scroggins Answers the Question, Why Do People Get Divorced? ? Some think cheating is the main reason, but it is not, in Mark?s experience. Infidelity, financial issues, intimacy issues, and conflict. Sometimes a marriage fails because of a mixture of several conflicts that theContinue reading “Why Do People Get Divorced?”

Scroggins Law Group is Open for Business During COVID-19

Scroggins Law Group is Open for Business During COVID-19 The Courts Are Operating and Law Firms Are Open, Scroggins Law Group is Open for Business Mark leads our program talking about the very incorrect assumption many make, which is that if the courthouses are closed to non-essential matters, the law firms are also closed.Continue reading “Scroggins Law Group is Open for Business During COVID-19”

Parenting and Divorcing: The Coronavirus and Stay at Home Situation

Parenting and Divorcing: The Coronavirus and Stay at Home Situation Mental Health and Addiction Issues with Coronavirus and Stay at Home Situation ? Mark talks about the first 6 weeks of staying at home, having kids at home, and not being able to get out; you find out how close you are to your spouseContinue reading “Parenting and Divorcing: The Coronavirus and Stay at Home Situation”

Staying Sane at Home During Divorce and Coronavirus

In this remote video podcast, Mark L. Scroggins, principal attorney at Scroggins Law Group, in Frisco, Plano, and Dallas, offers updates on Court activities and tips on staying sane at home during divorce and Coronavirus.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact on Divorce and Child Custody

COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact on Divorce and Child Custody How Courts, Attorneys, and Clients Absorb the COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact on Divorce and Child Custody ? Mark leads the discussion by telling us that Scroggins Law Group is open, 100 percent, for current clients and new clients with divorce, child custody, and other family law matters. MarkContinue reading “COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact on Divorce and Child Custody”

Discovery in Divorce and Child Custody in Texas

There are Several Forms of Discovery in Divorce and Child Custody In this video podcast, Mark L. Scroggins, Board-Certified in Family Law, teaches us how discovery in divorce and child custody in Texas. Discovery procedures allow you to discover information that is relevant to your lawsuit. Financial information, mental health issues, infidelity, and more. WeContinue reading “Discovery in Divorce and Child Custody in Texas”

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Final Trials in Divorce and Child Custody: What to Expect

Final Trials in Divorce and Child Custody: A Mark L. Scroggins Video Podcast In this Scroggins Law Group production, we take a closer look at final trials in divorce and child custody cases in Texas. Ideally, you and your Frisco divorce lawyer can settle your divorce and child custody issues outside of court and withoutContinue reading “Final Trials in Divorce and Child Custody: What to Expect”

Post Divorce Decree Enforcement and Modifications: A Mark L. Scroggins Video Podcast

Enforcing the Obligations in a Divorce Decree In this video podcast episode, Dallas area divorce attorney Mark L. Scroggins talks about post-divorce decree enforcement and modifications, and what people can learn about the issues and the process. If you were awarded something in the divorce decree and have not received the thing, or the thingContinue reading “Post Divorce Decree Enforcement and Modifications: A Mark L. Scroggins Video Podcast”

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