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When most think of family law, divorce and the divorce rates instantly come to the mind of most. Most think family law and divorce go hand-in-hand and don't realize that with out-of-wedlock birth rates at approximatleyy 40-percent, paternity cases are on the rise. Paternity cases are likely the second most common type of family law case. This article talks about this topic.
You can read more on this topic by reading an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: The second most common type of family law case. You can also find out more about paternity cases in Missouri and Illinois from our webpage.
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.
Mothers Saving Our Sons is a Call to Action campaign aimed to empower mothers to use their collective power to change situations and circumstances contributing to the negative outcomes of their sons. We endeavor to engage communities and provoke government response to end the prison pipeline, severe and unfair sentencing from the war on drugs, gang violence/death, police brutality, and discrimination against ex-offenders re-integrating into society.
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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…
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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Tuesday on "The Family Meeting were talking to Tuesday on "The Family Meeting
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At 22, Vicky Hamilton left her hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and arrived on the Sunset Strip as a wide-eyed blonde with an ear for rock & roll: “I was back home interviewing Tom Petty for Three Rivers Review,” says Hamilton, “He told me I was a ‘real California girl’, and that’s all it took.” It was 1981, and Hamilton arrived at the center of Hollywood, where the scene was erupting with spandex, sex, cocaine, Aqua Net hairspray and madcap visionaries. Hamilton discovered Guns N’ Roses and became their first manager and surrogate mother, living in her apartment as Axl Rose ducked a rape charge. “I was basically harboring a fugitive,” she says, "Axl ended up crashing on my couch for six months.” Hamilton then negotiated GNR’s contract with Geffen Records. In 1986, she was let go and forced to sue the band to recoup the $25,000 she’d borrowed to bankroll them. Hamilton now shares her stories in a memoir about a woman who rode the crazy train with some of rock’s wildest frontmen, and matched their hard-partying ways. Sober for 15 years, Hamilton spent that last seven excavating her private collection of photos, flyers, contracts, letters, and interviews to create a revealing look into her fascinating life. Her book includes new details about her turbulent relationship with Axl Rose and Poison’s Bret Michaels, her experience as an A&R rep for Geffen, and above all, Appetite for Dysfunction: is the story of her rise and fall, and how she regained her life by becoming a Grammy Award winning executive that helped relaunch the career of June Carter Cash in 1999. Steven Adler (drummer, Guns N’ Roses): “Vicky was probably the best thing that happened to us in the early days. She dealt with us when nobody else would, and made everything happen for us. I’m grateful for that.
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?
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