The Battle for the Best Interest of Your Children
The decisions you make leading up to and during a divorce will not only affect you, but members of your family- especially your children.
As obvious as that statement is, it is extremely difficult to make objective decisions while going through an emotional event like divorce. This is one of the most important reasons to contact a compassionate family law specialist like Mark L. Scroggins. Mr. Scroggins is board certified by The Texas Board of Legal Specialization in family law. Having over 25 years of legal experience, he will be able to understand your issues, hear your story and effectively work with you and for you to ensure the best outcome possible for you and your family.
If there are children involved in a divorce case, your choices and legal options will have a dramatic effect on their immediate and future situations. From where the kids live and go to school, to where they spend holidays and summer vacations, all can potentially change within the course of your divorce. We all want what is best for our children, and with the help an experienced and aggressive family law attorney, the battle for the best interest of your ren can be best represented and fought for with passion and understanding.
Texas family law courts use ?the best interest of the child? guideline as the standard to determine numerous factors involving your children in child custody matters. Whether it is in regards to conservatorship, possession and access or child support, you will be much better served with a legal team like Scroggins Law Group, to shepherd you through this often confusing arena. It is imperative that you have legal counsel that knows the ?ins and outs? of these areas to fight for what is best for you and your children. Make no mistake about it, divorce is a legal battle. There are two sides fighting for their cause, both usually willing to do whatever it takes to win, and you need the best representation possible on your side.
Familiarity with the court in which your case is being held is a necessary advantage in any family law situation. With over four decades of combined courtroom expertise in the Dallas, Collin and Denton counties, Mark L. Scroggins and the team at Scroggins Law Group has earned the trust and respect of their clientele and their peers in the legal community. Communication with the court and opposing counsel during a divorce is key to the success of your case.
An ?easy? divorce is very uncommon. It is an emotionally charged, personally revealing, stressful, and scary undertaking. Your goals, like ours, are to do what is best for you and your family. Defining these goals and moving forward to achieve them one step at a time through the legal process efficiently and effectively is what we do. Call us today for a consultation at 214-469-3100, or find us online at www.slgstagingdev.wpengine.com.
Mark L. Scroggins is board certified by The Texas Legal Board of Specialization in family law. Among his many accolades, Mr. Scroggins has been selected to the list of Texas Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Serving the North Texas areas including Collin, Dallas and Denton counties, contact Scroggins Law Group for trusted, expert legal representation to go to battle for you.
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*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, 2020, 2021)
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