Child Custody and High-Conflict Divorce: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast

In This Video Podcast Mark L. Scroggins Talks About Child Custody and High-Conflict Divorce When parents cannot agree, they work with their lawyers on a strategy to win. While both parents might agree that both have the child?s best interests at heart, there can be strong disagreements about many issues. Parents, divorce lawyers, custody experts,Continue reading “Child Custody and High-Conflict Divorce: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast”

Geographic Restrictions and Moving with Children: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast and Video

Geographic Restrictions in Texas Divorces In Texas divorces involving child custody, and in child custody cases and modifications, the court with jurisdiction over the case can order geographic restrictions on the residence of children. In most cases, geographic restrictions are limited to one county and the contiguous neighboring counties. In other examples, there may beContinue reading “Geographic Restrictions and Moving with Children: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast and Video”

Money and Finance in Texas Divorce: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast

Money and Finance are Important Issues in Texas Divorce Mark L. Scroggins, a divorce lawyer Frisco, TX families trust, shares insight about common questions people have about money and finance issues that frequently come up in Texas divorces. Especially where one spouse has been the greater income earner during the marriage, the dependent spouse mightContinue reading “Money and Finance in Texas Divorce: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast”

Living Together Before Marriage

Psychological Findings Suggest Living Together Before Marriage Can Increase Odds of Divorce In years past, parents forbid their sons and daughters from living together before marriage. Many were sneaking around and pretended to have separate living situations, but few were fooled. The young folks argued that they needed to know if they could really getContinue reading “Living Together Before Marriage”

Family and Domestic Violence Divorce Strategy

Family and Domestic Violence Affects All Kinds of Families Domestic violence, also known as family violence, affects millions of people every year. Family and domestic violence is aggressive or violent conduct within the home, often involving violent abuse of a past or present spouse or partner. When the victim is married to the abuser theContinue reading “Family and Domestic Violence Divorce Strategy”

Enforcing Property Division in Texas

Enforcing Property Division in Texas When so much work goes into negotiating, litigating and settling property division issues, enforcing property division in Texas may be necessary if your former spouse violates what is ordered in your divorce decree. Property division issues can involve missed payments, disputed property and problems transferring legal title to property andContinue reading “Enforcing Property Division in Texas”

Temporary Orders in Texas Divorce and Family Law

Temporary Orders in Texas Divorce and Family Law A Temporary Orders hearing takes place after your petition for divorce or custody is filed and puts temporary orders in place until you either settle your case or have a final trial. In this Dallas divorce and custody podcast, Board-Certified attorney Mark Scroggins explains how Temporary OrdersContinue reading “Temporary Orders in Texas Divorce and Family Law”

Create summer structure for kids

Create summer structure for kids When you create summer structure for kids they are often happier and more productive. Children with nothing directing their attention are likely to find things to occupy themselves. While it is great for kids to explore their universe and their imagination, keeping them on track with some summer structure canContinue reading “Create summer structure for kids”

Social media apps teens are using

Social media apps teens are using Parents need to know the social media apps teens are using to protect them. Even in affluent communities like Plano, Texas, parents facing challenges of modern bullying should understand that when in the past, a bully was left on at the school yard, and today they are always presentContinue reading “Social media apps teens are using”

Lawsuit preventing son from playing football

Lawsuit preventing son from playing football In the state of Pennsylvania, a father filed a lawsuit preventing his son from playing football. The father sued his ex-wife, the custodial parent, seeking the court to order their 17-year-old son from continuing playing football following three previous concussions. Reports of the case highlight the father?s concerns aboutContinue reading “Lawsuit preventing son from playing football”