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Time for Divorce After Christmas The older we get the further we look back during the holidays and remember our childhood and early years. Time with loved ones is a treasured gift and at Christmas we naturally assess our happiness and progress. When you sense something is wrong and cannot imagine your future, you may be thinking about filing for divorce after Christmas. In this podcast, Mark L....

Pro Se Perils when Parties Insist on Self-Representation in Their Case The case against self-representation relies on the idea that one’s own judgment can be compromised by their emotion and investment in the underlying issue. Parties in divorce and family law actions should not represent themselves in the case without a lawyer, which is referred to as being a “pro se” party. “Pro se” is a Latin...

Enjoy family law tips in our annual Divorce and Christmas Podcast It’s the week before Christmas and this is the Scroggins Law Group family law podcast with Mark Scroggins. Mark is the principal and founding attorney at Scroggins Law Group. He is Board-Certified in Family Law and today he shares his insight on navigating the holidays. [audio mp3="https://www.scrogginslawgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Divorce-and-Christmas-Podcast-2018.mp3"][/audio] Preparing for Christmas and New Years in a troubled marriage requires...

Child Custody Attorney Plano, TX Debating child custody with a spouse can be a grueling, uncomfortable and painful process. Even if the separation was amicable, pent up feelings and resentments can easily bubble to the surface during negotiations over child custody. It can be an emotional conversation to have, and each parent may worry their children may be taken away from them. If possible, it may be...

Child Custody Lawyer Collin County, TX Spouses who are going through divorce and have shared children together, may eventually have to talk about child custody matters. This topic can become heated very quickly, especially if the parents do not agree on where the children are to go after the divorce is finalized. One parent may want to move away with the children, while the other believes the...