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Divorce Podcast: Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Co-Parenting Issues

Kids Going Back-to-School and Divorce, When You Get One Shot at Raising Your Children The stakes are high when you are raising children to be well-educated and successful and this back-to-school and divorce podcast focuses on these challenges. The requirements to get into good schools are extensive and the competition is strong. Children under more pressure than every before can get swept away by school stress alone....

Considerations and Options for Co-parents Choosing a New School. As children go back to school this fall, some are starting middle school and others will be in high school. Changing schools and groups of friends can be stressful for children of all ages. Sometimes changing schools involves co-parents choosing a new school. At Scroggins Law Group in Plano, we help our clients with all kinds of children’s...

Back-to-school ideas for divorced parents School is back in session and there are a few back-to-school ideas for divorced parents. Regardless of your relationship and communications with the other parent, there are opportunities to share the roles and responsibilities of parenting when school starts and throughout the year. When parents work together with a focus on their children’s education and school experience, those children can appreciate that their...

Family Lawyer Keeping in close contact with your child after a divorce is critical to keeping the lines of communication between you open and maintaining a parental relationship.   Virtual communication has become a valuable tool in facilitating communication between parent and child as well as between parents in discussing issues involving parenting. Virtual visitation laws are relatively new on the legal scene and adapting and changing with...

Family Lawyer If a parent has been ordered by a judge to make child support payments and fails to do so, the parent may face a range of consequences. The type of penalty can depend on which jurisdiction the child support was ordered, and whether the parent has been trying at all to meet these payments or is just being defiant. Here in the article below, we...