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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 of texts on the family plan or a strange phone number that...

Family and Domestic Violence Affects All Kinds of Families Domestic violence, also known as family violence, affects millions of people every year. Family and domestic violence is aggressive or violent conduct within the home, often involving violent abuse of a past or present spouse or partner. When the victim is married to the abuser the victim often files for divorce and pursue a unique family and domestic...

Success in Business and Challenges in Maintaining a Happy Family Technology changed the game and the speed of business. From online financial trading to digital enterprises selling to a seemingly infinite customer base, technology has knocked down walls and opened the door to opportunities. For business owners, investors and highly compensated executives, technology now allows us to work and keep up with the pace of business, making...

Board-Certified Family Law Attorney Mark L. Scroggins is Experienced and Aggressive Dallas divorces involving children and custody issues require a family lawyer who can get your family the results you need on the first approach. Especially in the beginning of a divorce or a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR), what happens in the early stages of your case can affect the rest of the matter. Mark...

After a divorce or custody case, one parent may need to move for work or family and the other parent may not be able to accommodate the change as it affects parenting time with a child or any children of those parents. It may be necessary to return to court to modify the right to determine where the child is going to live. A court action...