5 Recent Dallas Divorce And Family Law Podcasts On Popular Topics With Mark Scroggins

The best divorce and family law clients are the ones who understand the procedures involved and know what to expect in a variety of situations. In this monthly podcast series launched earlier this year, Board Certified Family Law Attorney, Mark Scroggins, of Scroggins Law Group, leads us through the nuts and bolts of some very common issues arising in divorce and family law cases. Click or tap the titles for links for more information and to listen to the podcasts anytime. Temporary Restraining Orders for People and Property Recorded June 22, 2016
  • Protecting children and adults from harassment, threats and injury
  • Preserving financial assets and property from damage, encumbrance and sale
  • Procedures for obtaining a temporary restraining order and injunction
  • Ex parte temporary restraining orders, with no notice to the other party
  • Violating a temporary restraining order, when you cannot undo the act
Getting back to normal after a divorce or family law matter Recorded May 26, 2016
  • Adjusting to new ways to keep busy with work, friends and family
  • Mental health and well-being; working with a life coach or counselor
  • Creating a game plan for being the best co-parent, despite challenges
  • Dating again and approaching a new marriage, with or without children
Temporary Orders Hearings in Texas Divorce and Family Law Recorded April 28, 2016
  • The purpose of the Temporary Orders hearing and subject matter decided
  • Priorities in preparing for a Temporary Orders hearing, making advance agreements
  • What to expect in court, what procedures are involved in a Temporary Orders hearing
  • Do not anger the judge and the process, what not to do in a Temporary Orders hearing
  • What to do if temporary orders of the court are not being followed by the other party.
Alcohol and drug use or abuse in Texas divorce and family law Recorded March 25, 2016
  • Temporary orders and standing orders covering alcohol or drugs in divorce and custody cases
  • Conservatorship, possession, and access when alcohol or drug use or abuse is alleged
  • Random alcohol or drug testing and a change in direction of a divorce or family law case
  • Allegations of alcohol or drug use or abuse in fault ground divorces
  • Alcohol and drug testing, analysis, and impact in divorce and family law
Social media and communication technology topics in divorce Recorded February 23, 2016
  • Introduction to Scroggins Law Group and this new podcast
  • Your permanent record on social networking sites like Facebook
  • Accessing a spouse’s email, state and federal wiretap laws
  • Social media, communication technology and the discovery process
  • Attorneys advising clients about social technology, special considerations
  • When talking on the phone and taking hand-written notes may be better
Dallas, Denton and Collin County Board Certified divorce and family law attorney, Mark Scroggins, along with their team at Scroggins Law Group work to make sure clients are in a good place, not only before or during their divorce, but also afterwards as they get back to normal. At Scroggins Law Group, our Dallas, Denton and Collin County divorce attorneys have more than over 24 years of collective experience with family law cases. When you retain our firm, you can trust that your case is in the hands of a highly skilled, dedicated professional. we understand the unique challenges of a high value divorce case, and more importantly, have the knowledge and experience you need on your side. Call us today, (214) 469-3100, to learn more about Texas divorce and family law.

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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.

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