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Domestic violence cases can vary, but there are some common aspects of these cases to keep in mind. Five important tips you should be thinking about when you pursue your case are a constant.   Speak with a lawyer first and foremost. An incident of domestic violence should be taken seriously and you should get somewhere safe immediately. Leaving the house is a wise action to take...

Social media apps teens are using Parents need to know the social media apps teens are using to protect them. Even in affluent communities like Plano, Texas, parents facing challenges of modern bullying should understand that when in the past, a bully was left on at the school yard, and today they are always present on the social media aps teens are using. Without any parental or...

Your divorce attorney and tax professional should be able to work together to answer your questions and provide the best advice to limit your tax burden and maximize tax savings. Divorce, child support and taxes Divorce, child support and taxes can be confusing and a point of contention among parties to divorce. It does not make it any easier when your divorce and tax professionals point towards...

School shootings: Perspectives on prevention and safety Welcome to the Scroggins Law Group podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified* family law attorney Mark Scroggins who shares information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law. In this special episode Mark Scroggins visits with Collin County Judge Cynthia Wheless from the 417th District Court, Lieutenant Mitch Selman and Deputy Jessica Pond from the office of...

Time to specify summer possession Most parenting plans incorporate the Standard Possession Order found in the Texas Family Code which sets forth provisions for parents having possession of the child at times specified in the order. The Code also states that parents may form their own mutual agreements about when each will have possession of the child, and if they do not otherwise agree, then the Standard...