Are Text Messages Admissible in Texas Divorces?

Text Messages are Being Used as Admissible Evidence in Texas Divorces When preparing for a divorce, some people take screenshots of text messages to use as evidence. People find out about other’s text conversations in all kinds of ways. A spouse reviewing the monthly cell phone bill might notice an increase in the number ofContinue reading “Are Text Messages Admissible in Texas Divorces?”

School shootings: Perspectives on prevention and safety

School shootings: Perspectives on prevention and safety Welcome to the Scroggins Law Group podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified* family law attorney Mark Scroggins who shares information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law. In this special episode Mark Scroggins visits with Collin County Judge Cynthia Wheless from the 417thContinue reading “School shootings: Perspectives on prevention and safety”

Tips on avoiding social media dangers during divorce

Words can be weapons, sharp as knives. When you are going through a divorce, it is important to keep calm and avoid being involved in anything on social media that could hurt you or your children during a divorce. Credibility is very important and once you lose your cool, it can be difficult to rehabilitateContinue reading “Tips on avoiding social media dangers during divorce”