Anger, frustration, pain, betrayal, all of these are normal and understandable feelings to experience during a divorce. But it is important to pick an appropriate time and place. Robert Emery posted an article on Psychology Today discussing the … [Read more...] about When Attacking Your Former Spouse Hurts Yourself
A judge is not likely to be lenient simply because you chose to represent yourself. Everyone wants to save money. People shop around for cars, insurance, and loan rates. We even shop around for St. Louis family law attorneys. However, while the … [Read more...] about Why Pro Se Might Be Against Your Best Wishes
Divorce court decisions should be made by applying laws and past case decisions to facts that are presented at your trial. The object of the dispute in a family lawsuit is a very delicate matter as it can have a significant influence on the … [Read more...] about What to Do If the Judge Seems to Be Favoring Your Spouse
Sometimes couples going through a divorce don’t have a lot of disagreements between them. If you are one of them, then you might think that it’s not necessary to speak with a St. Louis divorce attorney. However, being represented by a lawyer should … [Read more...] about Do I Still Need a Divorce Lawyer If We Are in Agreement?
One of the many ways a divorce will impact your life is forcing you to change your estate plan. Because your divorce will change your living arrangements and family structure, you must plan for the future accordingly. That means making changes to how … [Read more...] about 4 Ways Divorce Can Affect Your Estate Planning
Many divorces occur because both spouses agree that the marriage is irreparable, but most of them end up in a long fight over assets, custody or other arrangements. You may have heard of some cases when a spouse filed for divorce and their partner … [Read more...] about My Spouse Doesn’t Want a Divorce – What Are My Options?