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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...

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...

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...

Lawsuit preventing son from playing football In the state of Pennsylvania, a father filed a lawsuit preventing his son from playing football. The father sued his ex-wife, the custodial parent, seeking the court to order their 17-year-old son from continuing playing football following three previous concussions. Reports of the case highlight the father’s concerns about CTE, the degenerative brain disease with symptoms of slurred speech, headaches and depression....

Children’s issues in Texas divorce 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. Children’s issues in Texas divorce and family law: Conservatorship and decision making What is joint managing conservatorship Agreements and parenting plans Right to determine primary residence ...

Infidelity is commonly cited among the top reasons for divorce. Some say that anger and resentment lead to spouses seeking out other people for attention and approval. What may seem like an innocent friendship can turn into an emotional affair, and sometimes a physical affair. The emotional affair alone can cause significant damage leading to divorce. In Texas, there is a general no-fault ground for divorce,...