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A Private, Respectful, Collaborative Divorce

Divorce and other family law disputes involve difficult legal, financial, and emotional issues. At the courthouse, judges must apply the same laws to all cases even though each family circumstance is unique. This often leads to inappropriate or unworkable outcomes. In the past, there was only the traditional adversarial court (litigation) method to resolve these disagreements. Now, there are more personalized legal processes for families going through these painful and life-altering transitions. They occur in private settings and involve people working collaboratively. This is where our practice comes into play.

Why Choose Camille Cooper Scroggins?

Camille works exclusively with clients who want to resolve their divorce or other family law dispute with integrity, compassion, and respect. She helps her clients minimize conflict, preserve relationships, maximize financial security, and move forward positively with their lives after divorce. Camille utilizes private, safe, business-like, and non-adversarial settings to discuss and negotiate issues. She has the experience and demeanor to guide her clients towards creative, mutually beneficial, and long-lasting solutions that make sense for their family without going to court.

Camille Cooper Scroggins

Thank you for all of your help and for making the process as easy as possible. I felt like I was working with a friend, which it made it so much better.

Areas of Practice

Divorce

All divorces are difficult and stressful, but each divorce is different. We understand that, and will guide you in choosing a course of action for your divorce that makes sense for you and your family.

Collaborative Divorce

In Collaborative Divorce, clients agree to stay out of court. Instead, they hire Collaborative Divorce lawyers to help them resolve issues in a private, structured process at a pace that suits them. We are highly trained and experienced in Collaborative Law and can represent you in this process. 

Amicable or Uncontested Divorce

In an amicable (uncontested) divorce, spouses work out their issues without involving the court. While Collaborative Divorce and Mediation are two options to obtain an amicable divorce, there are others. We are ready to help you determine the best way to achieve your amicable divorce.

Property Division

Texas community property law requires that all property acquired during the marriage must be divided in a divorce. We will consider your individual circumstances and help you make good, informed decisions when splitting your assets and debts.

Child Support 

Each parent has the obligation to financially support their children during and after divorce. We will explore with you the many creative ways that can be accomplished.

Child Custody and Parenting Plans

Parents will share time with their children and decisions about them after divorce. We will help you determine the best plan to maximize each parent’s strengths and provide minimal disruption to the children going forward.

Mediation

In mediation, a neutral third-party acts as a facilitator to help the parties negotiate a settlement out of court. We are very experienced with mediation and can serve as either the neutral mediator or represent you as a client in mediation.

Modification

In the years following a divorce, circumstances can change.  We will examine your particular situation to see if a modification of terms about your children in the divorce decree is appropriate.

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The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. If you need legal advice regarding your individual situation, please contact our office to set up a consultation.

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6010 W. Springcreek Pkwy.

Plano, TX 75024

Phone: 972-608-8905

Fax: 972-791-8432

Plano, Dallas, and Denton divorce lawyer, mediator and collaborative family lawyer Camille Cooper Scroggins helping clients throughout Collin, Dallas, and Denton Counties minimize conflict and resolve disputes respectfully and privately