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Welcome to the Rule Scroggins Family Law podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified family law attorneys Keeli Rule and Mark Scroggins who share information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law.
Temporary Orders Hearings in Texas Divorce and Family Law with Mark Scroggins:
The purpose of the Temporary Orders hearing and subject matter decided;
Priorities in preparing for a Temporary Orders hearing, making advance agreements;
What to expect in court, what procedures are involved in a Temporary Orders hearing;
Do not anger the judge and the process, what not to do in a Temporary Orders hearing;
What to do if temporary orders of the court are not being followed by the other party.
Board certified in family law, Mark L. Scroggins (214) 578-0941, is an aggressive and experienced trial attorney with a sound understanding of business matters that serves him well in family law. An accomplished speaker and author, Mr. Scroggins has practiced family law throughout the state of Texas for over 20 years. He has written about family law matters for Texas Lawyer and numerous other periodicals and has spoken about litigation technology before numerous organizations and corporate clients. Mark Scroggins has a unique background in cutting-edge litigation technology, utilized by the entire Firm to increase the benefit to its litigation clients.
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BEAUTY AND THE BLEACH
Tuesday on "The Family Meeting were talking about women who feel the need to lighten their skin tone via bleaching or using a bleaching toner. Do men secretly want a light skin women. I mean men are claiming they like women who wear their hair “natural” but I’ve not seen any of those wig stores closing up. Now you can buy the Diana Ross look verses sporting a “TWA” teenie weenie afro. Let’s keep it real…
This is about Cigar City Brewing's White Oak Jai Alai, a limited realease IPA, from Tampa, FL. It is best described as "The White Oak adds smoothing notes of vanilla and slight hints of dill to the aroma and flavor profile." I will go over the main basis of the White Oak, what certain users are saying on various beer rating sites, and what my thoughts were on it after a tasting.
There are times in a relationship where the man and women reach an agreement that it is time to move on. Often times it is in a marriage when they realize that the flame, the love, thrill, etc… have all gone out, then comes Mr. or Mrs. Right. You have fallen in love again when you didn’t expect it whether it was someone at work, you met in passing at the grocery store, etc… But things have become serious and now it is time to tell the kids. How do you tell them you have found that someone special other than Mom or Dad? How do you tell them that you are getting married? When is a good time to discuss the rules of the house with you children and new spouse?
Iowa Family Preservation Projects & Alternative News - FBI Investigating Judges?
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Tuesday on "The Family Meeting were talking to Tuesday on "The Family Meeting
were talking to Ken Hampton, founder & Owner at Raise Em Up Records and
Founder (Executive)Music Composer at Composers Media Group/Lord Of Beats
Productions. Hear ya there! 10 AM EST 347.989.8385 www.heyfam.me ~~~love u 4
Shalom/Peace Family, wishing you the very best.
TUESDAY NIGHT SHOW IS A "OPEN FORUM," SEVERAL GREAT TOPICS ON THE TABLE!!!
IT'S HAPPENING TUESDAY NIGHT MAY 03, 2016 8-10PM CST
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Call Show Tuesday night 8-10 CST (914) 205-5590
Raising children in a blended family can be challenging, frustrating, and overwhelming at times. It can be a real test of endurance to manage to stay together through some of the tough times that can erupt with your stepchildren. It can also be a time of growth and lasting relationships. Join Kim Abraham, Marney Studaker-Cordner and Zena Zumeta to hear how conflict is actually an opportunity to teach your children - step and biological - values and skills to last a lifetime.
Kim Abraham and Marney Studaker-Cordner are licensed child and family therapists, practicing for over twenty years. Specializing in children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders, Kim and Marney are published authors in the areas of parenting and codependency. They both have personal experience with stepparenting and blended families.
More Information about Kim Abraham and Marney Studaker-Cordner
Zena Zumeta, internationally known as both a mediator and trainer of mediators. She is president of the Mediation Training & Consultation Institute, Zena Zumeta Mediation Services, and The Collaborative Workplace in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Zena is a lawyer and a former president of the Academy of Family Mediators. She is the recipient of the Michigan Lifetime Achievement in Mediation Award; the National Education Association/Saturn Corporation Award for Union-Management Collaboration; the John Haynes Distinguished Mediator Award; and the Kumba Award from the National Conference on Minorities in ADR.
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Domestic violence is a hidden truth in many families. There are men, women and children who are victims of abuse within their homes at the hands of people who they love the most. Continued domestic violence very often leads to a tragic end for the entire family. What is domestic abuse? What are the signs? How is domestic abuse destroying our families? What are the effects on the children? What can be done to stop it? Is there still hope for the family? Join us on Friday April 29, 2016 at 8 P.M. Eastern as we attempt to answer these questions and more. Please call (657) 383-1571 to chime in on the conversation or click the link to stream as we discuss this family matter!
If Matthew Noel was your Attorney and he did not show up in your case for Court appearances please contact me or Public Defenders Office Division of Inspection and Appeals Kurt Swaim 515.242.6158. This is the attorney we asked to be replaced several times because he was billing the County and not coming to court to represent my daughter in her DHS case she had no representation. My Attorney also filed the Appeals and he billed the County. He was made a Judge in April of 2013 we do not need this type of Attorney or Judge in our Family Courts.
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