COMPLETING A DIVORCE REQUIRES BALANCE AND COMMUNICATION

Stay balanced to maintain your workplace efficiency. It is an unfortunate truth that Missouri residents may not experience the same level of achievement in their personal lives as they do in their professional ones. An individual at the height of their career may thrive when they are doing their job but may find challenges and...

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Family Law FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About Family Law in Missouri Do I need to get divorced in the state (or country) in which I was married? No. You actually would file a divorce in the state in which you (or your spouse) are residing at the time of filing. In Missouri, you (or your spouse) need to...

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10 Things to Remember in Your Divorce

10. Get counseling. I don't know how often counseling saves a marriage, but I always think it is worth a shot. In addition, I think it helps people to open up lines of communication that assists in resolving the actual divorce. 9. Get over the anger. This may take a while, but you cannot effectively...

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Living Arrangements During a Divorce

People often ask me if they have to move out of their house once a divorce is filed. In Missouri, there is no law stating that the parties cannot live in the same house, and everyone's situation is different. This will outline some of the different living situations that couples can enter into while their...

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Money may not be a cure for all marital woes

Depending upon who you ask, money may be considered the greatest of goods or the cause of all evil in the world. For those who do not have enough money to make ends meet, the idea of having significant wealth may seem like a dream in which all of their concerns would melt away. However,...

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Why Trump’s tax plan may spur more divorces

Looming End of Alimony Write Off has Divorce Lawyers Telling Clients to Act FastRepublicans may pride themselves on upholding family values, but their new tax law could soon lead to a surge in married couples calling it quits. Lawyers are counseling couples considering divorce to do it this year - before a 76-year-old deduction for...

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Knowing when to contact a divorce attorney

A great many spouses who eventually end their marriages spend an enormous amount of time considering that possibility prior to taking any action. Some are uncertain at which point they should contact a divorce attorney, and waver in making this critical decision. It is important to understand that when it comes to matters of Missouri...

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Tips on improving credit before and after a divorce

Many Missouri couples have amassed a significant volume of wealth within their marriage and are in a good position to divide their marital assets during a divorce. That said, there are many cases in which one or both spouses have neglected to develop or maintain a positive credit history. Failure to have good credit can...

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Data collection and your Missouri divorce

With the advent of smartphones, life has changed for many Missouri residents. We now have the power to find the cheapest gas prices, locate the nearest Chinese restaurant, keep up with friends and family and catch up on work -- all using a relatively tiny personal computer that fits in our pockets and is also...

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What to look for in a Missouri divorce attorney

For Missouri spouses, securing legal counsel is the first step in moving toward divorce. Many people fail to recognize the importance of the attorney/client relationship, or the impact that this professional bond can have on the outcome of the divorce process. Finding the right fit is well worth the time and effort it takes to...

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