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Child Custody: How Technology Has Affected Parent-Child Interactions

Family Lawyer in Frisco, TX Children today are not the only ones who are becoming obsessed with technology. Parents can also be found busily engrossed in the worlds of their mobile devices like iPods, iPhones or iPads. Along with all of the benefits that technology has provided us, it has also made us more distracted, impatient, and inattentive. This can be a very dangerous combination for parents...

Family Law Attorney in Plano, TX One of the most difficult – and highly emotional – issues when a couple splits up is child custody. Although parents want what is best for their children, they often lose sight of that in the midst of a custody battle. It is not uncommon for issues to continue to arise long after the courts have issued their “final” custody decision,...

Mark L. Scroggins Explains Summer Possession Schedules in Texas in this Podcast School is letting out soon. May 30 is the last day of School in Frisco ISD, nearby our newest Scroggins Law Group office. New co-parents may have questions about summer possession and visitation in Texas. If your divorce decree follows a standard summer possession schedule, there are notice provisions for parents to select their extended...

Family Lawyer Collin County TX No two divorces are exactly alike.  Each is unique, and there are countless scenarios that result in appointment of conservatorship and possession and access. The right to determine the primary residence of the child is most often awarded to one parent. This right is typically accompanied by a geographic restriction as it applies to the child’s primary residence. The question often becomes...

Divorce Lawyers Collin County TX Marital Property Characterization For property to be divided in a divorce, they must be characterized as either separate or community property. The Texas Constitution lays the foundation for Texans’ marital property rights and puts certain issues, such as the core definition of separate property, beyond the reach of the legislature. Regarding this, The Texas Constitution says: All property, both real and personal, of a spouse...