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There are no official separation requirements for divorcing couples in Missouri. They must, however, undergo a 30-day wait period after filing for divorce.
If you were injured or developed an occupational disease while on the job, you qualify for compensation under the Missouri Workers’ Compensation law.
If you are in the middle of a divorce in Missouri, parting ways with your spouse amicably should be the ultimate goal. This includes knowing your rights before you begin dividing your property.
Missouri is a no-fault divorce state. That lets you get a divorce if you can prove that your marriage is beyond saving and that you meet Missouri’s residency requirements.
Two types of standards are used to establish who is responsible in a car accident, the At-Fault and the No-Fault rules. Missouri follows a variant of the at-fault rule.
Car crash victims often spend many months going through surgery, physical therapy, and other treatments to regain the normal functioning of their body.
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.
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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.