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Difficult Assets to Value in Divorce Business interests, investments, collectable vehicles and art are difficult assets to value in divorce, and experience in asset valuation is important. Mark L. Scroggins is a board-certified family lawyer in Dallas with more than 25 years’ experience working with clients with unique assets. Proving the value of an asset requires the assistance of an appropriate expert in the business of determining...

Temporary Orders in Texas Divorce and Family Law A Temporary Orders hearing takes place after your petition for divorce or custody is filed and puts temporary orders in place until you either settle your case or have a final trial. In this Dallas divorce and custody podcast, Board-Certified attorney Mark Scroggins explains how Temporary Orders hearings work and what you may expect. What you may expect and how...

Divorce strategy and high stakes litigation Every client who hires Scroggins Law Group is unique. We are known for being effective and getting results. Knowing when to be aggressive and how to leverage your position is vital. High stakes divorce cases involving children and parenting issues, domestic violence charges and include a compelling list of facts and circumstances can involve one parent seeking a greater than 50-50...

In cases where custody is disputed, a judge will look at several factors to determine how custody should be divided. It’s important to remember that no two cases are similar and therefore judges weigh certain factors differently. In all cases, the end goal is to create an agreement that is in the best interest of the child.   Abuse or Other Wrongdoings First and foremost, a judge will...

While it would be nice if all co-parents got along, that isn’t always the case. Some co-parents can be downright difficult to deal with. If your ex always starts arguments with you and is difficult to be around, you probably feel mentally drained at times. However, you can’t let this get you down. Here are some tips for dealing with a difficult co-parent: Recognize That You Can’t...