- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Entertainment Law
- Family Law
- Fathers' Rights
- High Asset Divorce
- Missouri Law
- Property Division
My former wife is kind of an “anti-vaxxer” and I am sure she will give me a hard time if I get my daughter vaccinated when the Covid-19 vaccine is available. How can this be resolved?
Co-parenting brings many decisions that need to be made during a child’s life, and they can be a challenge when parents disagree on these decisions. Navigating these decisions is based on your custody agreement. Who Decides When a Child Receives the COVID-19 Vaccine? That is going to depend on whether you and the Ex are...[ CONTINUE READING ]
School is Starting Soon and My Ex and I Cannot Agree on In-Person or Virtual Learning. What Do We Do?
There is a lot of discussion in the news about schools reopening and whether kids will attend in-person, virtually, or a combination. While many are giving parents the choice of in-person learning or virtual learning, what happens if there is a choice and you and your child’s other parent cannot agree? Who Has Legal Custody?...[ CONTINUE READING ]
Americans are waiting to see when they will get their checks from the coronavirus stimulus package, which was signed by President Donald Trump last week. The law will give Americans one-time checks to help them get through financial challenges brought on by the spread of coronavirus. The stimulus checks will be based on your tax returns. But for those who recently divorced...[ CONTINUE READING ]
This is a time like nothing most of us have had to live through. I am pretty sure that parents that share custody have a lot of questions about how they can ensure that each parent gets to spend time with the children while everyone is isolating at home. First of all, if there is...[ CONTINUE READING ]
On Monday, March 16, the Missouri Supreme Court (they are in charge of all the courts in the state) issued this: The spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a significant public health concern with the potential to affect daily operations in the Missouri court system. The Missouri judiciary continues to monitor the status...[ CONTINUE READING ]