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What Is Parental Alienation?

Child Custody Lawyers Do you have concerns that your child’s other parent is intentionally trying to turn your child away from you? Are you concerned that your well-intentioned behavior may be interpreted by others (including a judge) as you trying to turn your child away from his or her other parent? The act of attempting to influence one’s child so that they will reject their other parent...

Divorce Lawyer Some states have chosen to make obtaining a finalized divorce decree more challenging than the process otherwise might be. Specifically, these states have chosen to impose a waiting period related to divorce filings. Practically speaking, these waiting periods generally require couples to weather a specific amount of time between the date that they file for divorce and the date that their divorce may be legally...

Mark L. Scroggins Talks About Children’s Issues in Texas Divorce There are so many issues involved in a Texas divorce involving children. In this podcast, Mark L. Scroggins highlights a few of the common issues and describes how matters of money and parenting are negotiated and litigated. Mr. Scroggins is an experienced divorce trial attorney and is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Legal Board...

Divorce and Child Custody Basics with Mark L. Scroggins Summer break, vacations, holidays like the Fourth of July put us all together with kids, spouses, and family. Summertime get-togethers may be fun for all, but they may also be a challenge to anyone in struggling marriage. This is a podcast all about divorce and child custody basics in Texas, featuring board-certified family law attorney, Mark L. Scroggins. Listen...

Property Division in Texas Divorce is Explained by Mark L. Scroggins In this Texas divorce and family law podcast with Mark L. Scroggins, we talk about property division in Texas divorce. Every divorce case is different, and every property division is likewise unique. In many cases an equal division of community property is appropriate. How and when that takes place depends on the property involved, and the...