The parental rights lawyers Dallas, TX families turn to at Scroggins Law Group offer efficient and effective representation for parents whose roles in their children’s upbringings are disputed after a divorce.
We also advocate for unmarried birth mothers and biological fathers whose paternity goals can benefit themselves and their children. Mark L. Scroggins has decades of experience, unique insights into Texas family law, and extensive legal knowledge that can resolve disputes in and out of court.
Are you paying too much child support?
Are you receiving too little? Are disagreements over child access delaying your divorce? The parental rights lawyers in Dallas, TX from Scroggins Law Group is in your corner. Our law firm can also represent your interests when a parental relocation has an impact on regular access to a child or children, and the ability to financially support children of divorce. As Dallas parental rights lawyers, we can request or contest a post-judgment modification in the event of a sudden, substantial change of circumstance and lifestyle. Whatever your objective, Scroggins Law Group, is here for you.
We are parental rights lawyers Dallas, TX families look to to protect their family. Contact us at our Dallas firm today to arrange an initial consultation. Call 214-469-3100 or reach us by email.
*Mark L. Scroggins is *board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Unless otherwise noted, other attorneys are not *board-certified.
**Super Lawyers (a Thomson Reuters service, awarded to Mark Scroggins 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
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