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Family Lawyer Frisco TX Mark L. Scroggins is a family lawyer Frisco, TX can trust to advise and represent you on a variety of family law matters. Should you get a prenuptial agreement before getting married?  Great question. How do I proceed with the divorce when all attempts at saving the marriage have failed? How do I protect myself and my assets if I think a divorce is likely, but...

The Texas Divorce Process is Unique to Every Family The two main pieces of Texas divorce cases are issues involving children and property. Because a divorce with child custody and property issues can be stressful and challenging, Mark Scroggins and his team of trial attorneys and paralegals create a strategy that fits you and your family. As a result, you can rest assured that your goals and...

Family Lawyer Alternative Dispute Resolution - Rule 11, Mediated and Informal Settlement Agreements Many family law matters are concluded with an agreement between parties instead of going to a trial and having the judge make decisions regarding you and your family. If an agreement is reached through alternative dispute resolutions, there are numerous guidelines, legal processes, and formats that must be followed and adhered to for the agreement...

Divorce Lawyer The temporary order hearing is to address items pertaining to the immediate status and welfare of the individuals of your case on a temporary basis. In a divorce with children, the focus of this hearing usually is who remains in the marital residence, who makes decisions for the children, who gets possession of the children and when, if anyone shall receive child support or temporary...

Family Attorney Collin County, TX If a divorcing couple has minor children, the spouse with the higher income is typically expected to pay child support. These payments are meant to maintain a child’s existing standard of living. The courts expect that that custodial parents are using the payments to take care of the kids’ needs and won’t monitor their spending habits. Family lawyers provide a further look...