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Is Missouri a Community Property or Equitable Distribution State?

To answer whether Missouri is a community property or equitable distribution state, you need to understand what these two systems mean in the context of divorce. What is a Community Property State? Community property is a legal system that defines...

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Should I Keep the House in a Divorce in Missouri?

Many assets have to get divided up when going through a divorce in Missouri. While you may be busy worrying about the children and your bank accounts, another thing to consider is who should get the house. Who Should Get the House in a Missouri...

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Signs of Parental Alienation Syndrome to Look For

Divorce, by its very nature, can be conflicting and contentious. It is hard. It is complex. Divorce can be incredibly confusing to a child. The last thing we want to do during a divorce is to cause further disturbances in our children's lives. They...

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How To Establish Paternity In A Child Support Case

Having your name on a child's birth certificate does not automatically designate specific rights as the child's biological father. This means you will not have clarity as to your rights, such as child custody and visitation until you establish those...

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What Are The Grounds For Annulment in Missouri?

There is genuine confusion surrounding the legal definition of annulment and some of the core issues underlying it. Consequently, spouses make the mistake of seeking an order for annulment when they should be filing for the dissolution of their...

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Understanding Mediation and Collaborative Divorce in Missouri

Ending a marriage is often a difficult decision that a couple has to make. Besides the emotional anguish the separation can bring, the couple has to resolve several issues, including division of assets, child support agreements, and custody...

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