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5 Important Questions to Ask A Criminal Defense Lawyer

When you are facing a criminal charge or have been wrongfully accused of a crime, you probably have questions about your case. You should talk to a criminal defense lawyer for specific guidance, but the following are 5 important questions you should...

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Understanding Divorce Mediation in Missouri

The quickest and most cost-effective way to resolve issues in a divorce is to try to settle issues in advance and having them approved by the judge. This is usually done through divorce mediation. Some courts require divorcing spouses to undergo...

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Child Custody – What is Taken into Consideration In Missouri?

Courts usually prefer that divorcing couples try to work out their child custody issues without going to trial and then submit a parenting plan for a judge to review and approve. Otherwise, the court will have no choice but to step in and make child...

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What Happens If I Can’t Pay Child Support?

Financial and other circumstances usually change so often, and so quickly, that the law cannot possibly keep up. As a result, over half of child support obligors are behind on their payments. These common situations almost always end in one of two...

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Relocation and Divorce: Here’s What You Need to Know

The average person relocates about twelve times during his or her lifetime. Most of these moves happen before age 40, and many involve young children of unmarried parents. People move for various reasons. Most people relocate for job purposes or to...

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What Happens If Your Spouse Is Hiding Assets in a Divorce?

Like most jurisdictions, Missouri is an equitable distribution state. Upon divorce, the court must divide marital property equitably. It is important to note that is not necessarily the same thing as equally. Some factors to consider include the...

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