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Experienced Trial LawyersMore Than 100 Years Of Combined Experience On Your SideMost couples have family health insurance coverage during their marriage, usually provided by one spouse's place of employment. This assures that the costs of raising a child are covered...
Experienced Trial LawyersMore Than 100 Years Of Combined Experience On Your SideWhen a loved one is incapable of making intelligent decisions regarding his or her care, the court will assign a guardian to make decisions for the adult individual, known as a "ward." An...
In Missouri, we often get this question from divorced or soon-to-be-divorced individuals: “After divorce, is there a waiting period before I can remarry?” The answer is no; Missouri does not require you to wait before you can get remarried after divorce.
Divorce can be a difficult and emotionally draining legal process, especially if one spouse is unwilling to sign or recognize the divorce papers. Many people wrongly feel that ignoring the matter will prolong or postpone the divorce process.
Once divorce is final, each ex-spouse is legally free to marry another partner. However, there are implications you’ll want to think about before remarrying, such as how a new marriage might impact child support and spousal support (alimony).
What does it mean to be an unfit parent? Missouri’s definition of an unfit parent or guardian is essentially the same as that of other states across the country. In general, an unfit parent or guardian in Missouri is one whose actions endanger a child or cause emotional or psychological harm.
A prenuptial agreement is a tricky issue among engaged couples, despite the fact that many have experienced the benefits from this document. This legal agreement can protect each spouse’s finances in the event that the marriage ends.
In Missouri, legal separation is a formalized arrangement similar to divorce, except the separated spouses remain legally married. Issues discussed in divorce, such as property division, spousal maintenance, child custody, and child support, are also tackled in legal separation.
Experienced Trial LawyersMore Than 100 Years Of Combined Experience On Your SideMissouri custody laws provide precise instructions to help a judge make the tough choice about how to take an intact family and establish a new arrangement for separate households. The...
Dealing with a narcissist can test the limits of one’s patience. If your spouse has been diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), they likely have some infuriating behaviors including a deep need for attention and a general lack of empathy.
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