The aftermath of a divorce echoes in all aspects of your life, from the custody of your minor children to your financial situation, business plans, real estate, and so on. Divorce is a major change in your social and legal status and you need … [Read more...] about Why You Should Update Your Will After a Divorce
Adopting a Step-Child in Missouri
Missouri family law provides a few avenues for adopting a step-child. It is not uncommon after a divorce to remarry. Many times, this can lead to a strong relationship between step-child and step-parent. In fact, sometimes you and your … [Read more...] about Adopting a Step-Child in Missouri
What Will Child Support Pay For?
Here is a general explanation of what child support is actually paying for. If you are in the middle of your divorce or preparing for one and you have minor children with your spouse, you’re probably worrying about custody arrangements and … [Read more...] about What Will Child Support Pay For?
Holiday Child Visitation Schedule in Missouri
Nobody likes to think about their family separating. However, the truth is that roughly 50% of U.S. children will go through their parents getting divorced. If you and your spouse get divorced, Missouri law requires you to form an official … [Read more...] about Holiday Child Visitation Schedule in Missouri
6 Things You Can Do to Make Your Divorce Go Smoothly
Whether you are about to get a divorce or you are already mid-way through the rollercoaster, there are plenty of actions you can take to smooth out the process. It's easy to understand how the divorce process can be emotionally straining for … [Read more...] about 6 Things You Can Do to Make Your Divorce Go Smoothly
5 Financial Factors to Keep in Mind When Planning a Divorce
One of the most pressing issues that a divorcee must face is often a drastic change in finances. Planning a divorce can be extremely stressful, especially if you and your spouse aren't on amicable terms. One of the most pressing issues that a … [Read more...] about 5 Financial Factors to Keep in Mind When Planning a Divorce