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Scroggins Law Group – Divorce & Family Lawyer

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Board Certification in Family Law
Filing For Divorce
Temporary Orders
Child Custody Modification
Hearings & Depositions
Enforcement & Contempt
Discovery
Division of Assets & Debts

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What Is A Contested Divorce?

A contested divorce is the kind of divorce where both parties cannot amicably agree over how to settle their divorce. Perhaps they do not agree on matters such as child support and alimony. Contested divorces are notorious for being lengthy and emotionally draining. Our firm solely handles contested divorces and provides the aggressive and relentless representation merited by these cases.

Why Can't I Just File For Divorce On My Own?

While many individuals choose to file for divorce on their own, we highly discourage others from doing so. Filling for divorce without legal assistance can unnecessarily place your rights and interests in danger. This is especially true in the case of contested divorces. You need to have a passionate and tough advocate on your side who will fiercely protect your rights in court.

How Much Alimony Can I Expect To Receive?

It is impossible to exactly predict how a family law court judge will rule regarding alimony because a variety of factors are taken into consideration. In the state of Texas, alimony is decided by taking a look at the length of the marriage, whether or not one spouse was the homemaker, his or her earning ability, and age of the spouse seeking alimony, to name a few. The chances of obtaining the alimony amount you wish to receive are greatly enhanced when you have legal representation.

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17760 Preston Road, Suite 150
Dallas, TX 75252
Telephone: 214-469-3100
Facsimile: 214-572-9903