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Child support payments in Missouri are calculated by a method using several factors which is determined by law.
The Missouri legal system sees marriage as an equal partnership and treats marital property in general terms. All assets, including income from employment or business, increase in investments, and growth in company shares are presumed marital property if they were acquired during the marriage.
One of the most common questions we get from divorcing parents is, “Will I have a fair shot at child custody?” or “Is Missouri a mother state?”
When a couple files for divorce in Missouri, one spouse may be entitled to get financial support from the other. Formerly known as alimony, this support is also referred to as spousal support or spousal maintenance.
Are you relocating outside of Missouri and wish to take your child with you? If there is a custody order in place, you’ll need to consider Missouri laws on child relocation.
You can win an overpayment on a Social Security Disability case if you can generally show that is through no fault your client – learn how from Don Kohl.
Prior to going off to battle, opposing sides may hold a parley to avoid the inevitable cost of war. Parties to a divorce may be wiselegal discussion to do the same. If spouses can agree to the terms of divorce prior to filing, or have an uncontested divorce, they can avoid the time and expense of a protracted legal proceeding.
Incriminating writings by parties involved in family law cases are becoming more prevalent. This is not surprising, given the increasing popularity of email and texting and the proliferation of social media. Sending a permanent, written communication towritten document an ex-significant other is now just a click away.
Attorneys, do you have clients with Social Security law questions you’re not sure how to answer? Are you keeping up with the rapidly-changing rulings regarding Social Security law? Do you have the knowledge to assure that your clients are getting all their available benefits?
If you are faced with this question, there is only one definitive answer: call a lawyer who specializes in DWI or DUI law. When the police officer reads the Missouri Implied Consent law and asks if you want to take the breathalyzer, take the 20 minutes you are entitled to and contact a lawyer.
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Shea Kohl Law, LC serves clients in Missouri including St. Charles, Troy and Lincoln and throughout Warren and St. Louis counties. We also serve clients in Illinois.