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Electronic Data, Devices and Divorce

Create summer structure for kids When you create summer structure for kids they are often happier and more productive. Children with nothing directing their attention are likely to find things to occupy themselves. While it is great for kids to explore their universe and their imagination, keeping them on track with some summer structure can help keep them moving in the right direction this summer. Looking forward to...

Our Family Wizard: Your summer schedule coach Our Family Wizard can be your summer schedule coach. If you are not already using Our Family Wizard, you might consider its features and benefits. If you are using Our Family Wizard, you might make another’s life easier by introducing them to Our Family Wizard, especially if it was not available when they started co-parenting with their former spouse. Whether using...

Mixing Criminal and Family Law 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 criminal defense attorney, James Whalen from the Whalen Law Office in Frisco, Texas about what happens when criminal law and family law issues...

“Kick out orders”, as most family law attorneys call them, are not necessary in most of divorce and family law matters because one of the parties usually decides to leave the residence and find a place to stay on their own temporary or further basis. That said, there are some people who dig their heels in and refuse to leave, regardless of whatever may be happening....

When the court issues a child custody order, the expectation of the court is that the order will stay in place and is usually not open to debate. This is why it is not very easy to get a custody order modified. In order to prohibit frivolous motions of custody modifications, family courts typically only allow modifications under special circumstances. If you think you have grounds to...