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There’s no question it can be difficult to reside with your spouse during the divorce process. It may be tempting to separate, but before you do, you may want to consider the following questions (just to name a few): Where will your children live? Under Missouri...read more
For many, the conclusion of a legal matter involves the entry of a judgment. This judgment may be the result of an agreement between both sides, or it may be a judgment entered after the case goes to trial. Typically, the entry of the judgment is not the final step...read more
While it may seem cost effective and simple to hire one attorney in a divorce proceeding, this is not ethical and is not permitted. Although you may have heard that your friends had only one attorney in their divorce, what likely happened was that one side had an...read more
There is often some confusion surrounding this question. Simple Answer: you will be divorced on the day the judge signs your divorce judgment. Complicated Answer: Although you will be divorced on the day the judge signs your divorce judgment, the law allows for up...read more
It depends. Missouri family courts use a chart called the Form 14 to determine a monthly presumed child support amount. When the court analyzes child support, and works to complete a Form 14, they will consider various items, including the following: Gross Income:...read more
Marriage has not always been as formal as we see it today. In fact, marriages were once private agreements between individuals and families. In 1753, Britain passed The Marriage Act, the first statutory legislation in England to require formal marriage ceremonies, but...read more