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Geographic Restrictions and Moving with Children: A Mark L. Scroggins Podcast and Video

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Geographic Restrictions in Texas Divorces In Texas divorces involving child custody, and in child custody cases and modifications, the court with jurisdiction over the case can order geographic restrictions on the residence of children. In most cases, geographic restrictions are limited to one county and the contiguous neighboring counties. In other examples, there may be a restriction set based on the distance from the child’s home city. Geographic...

Understanding and Being Prepared for Your Temporary Order Hearing In this podcast, Mark L. Scroggins, the divorce lawyer Frisco, TX families turn to for help, tells us how important it is to be prepared for a temporary order hearing and what to expect. Listen to the podcast to learn what generally happens, resolving issues in temporary orders hearings in Texas. For example, Mark talks about who is...

Money and Finance are Important Issues in Texas Divorce Mark L. Scroggins, a divorce lawyer Frisco, TX families trust, shares insight about common questions people have about money and finance issues that frequently come up in Texas divorces. Especially where one spouse has been the greater income earner during the marriage, the dependent spouse might be concerned about how they maintain their lifestyle going forward. Meeting reasonable needs...

What Not to Do When Divorcing in Texas Mark L. Scroggins offers tips on what not to do when divorcing in this podcast. As Mark explains, all you are doing is causing yourself more problems when you cut off funds to your spouse, engage in dallying tactics, start new relationships during your divorce, and when you make those nasty comments about your spouse. Your credibility is important...

In this Scroggins Law Group Podcast Mark L. Scroggins Talks About Reasons People Get Divorced Surprise! The most common reason people get divorced is not adultery, as you might think from television and movies. While television and movies like to sell the emotional causes of drama and divorce, reality tends to focus on more practical issues of money and day to day living. Mark L. Scroggins is...

Mark L. Scroggins Talks About Children’s Issues in Texas Divorce There are so many issues involved in a Texas divorce involving children. In this podcast, Mark L. Scroggins highlights a few of the common issues and describes how matters of money and parenting are negotiated and litigated. Mr. Scroggins is an experienced divorce trial attorney and is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Legal Board...

Divorce and Child Custody Basics with Mark L. Scroggins Summer break, vacations, holidays like the Fourth of July put us all together with kids, spouses, and family. Summertime get-togethers may be fun for all, but they may also be a challenge to anyone in struggling marriage. This is a podcast all about divorce and child custody basics in Texas, featuring board-certified family law attorney, Mark L. Scroggins. Listen...

Property Division in Texas Divorce is Explained by Mark L. Scroggins In this Texas divorce and family law podcast with Mark L. Scroggins, we talk about property division in Texas divorce. Every divorce case is different, and every property division is likewise unique. In many cases an equal division of community property is appropriate. How and when that takes place depends on the property involved, and the...

Family Lawyer Collin County TX No two divorces are exactly alike.  Each is unique, and there are countless scenarios that result in appointment of conservatorship and possession and access. The right to determine the primary residence of the child is most often awarded to one parent. This right is typically accompanied by a geographic restriction as it applies to the child’s primary residence. The question often becomes...

Divorce Lawyers Collin County TX Marital Property Characterization For property to be divided in a divorce, they must be characterized as either separate or community property. The Texas Constitution lays the foundation for Texans’ marital property rights and puts certain issues, such as the core definition of separate property, beyond the reach of the legislature. Regarding this, The Texas Constitution says: All property, both real and personal, of a spouse...