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What is a Divorce Deposition? How Can I Prepare?

A deposition can be a crucial part of the discovery process in divorce litigation. They can provide valuable information about the issues that must be decided in the case — including asset division, child custody, child support, and alimony. While… Read More
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What are Your Options for Splitting the House in Divorce?

If you’re thinking about divorce, you will also need to consider how your property will be divided. Significantly, the marital home is often the biggest asset a couple acquires when they are married. What will happen to it during divorce proceeding… Read More
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Tips for Maintaining a Relationship with Your Ex In-Laws

Divorced parents face many emotional, logistical, and legal challenges. While one of the hardest parts of co-parenting is getting along with your former spouse, you might also still need to maintain a relationship with your ex in-laws for the sake of… Read More
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What to Do When Your Spouse Wants a Divorce

Whether you saw it coming or not, you might be wondering what to do when your spouse wants a divorce. If your marriage had been struggling for some time, you might already have been preparing to part ways. However, a spouse can sometimes be blindside… Read More
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Missouri No-Fault Divorce Laws: Simplifying the Process

Divorce can be one of the most emotionally challenging situations you ever face. It can also be legally complex, depending upon the issues that must be resolved. However, it’s important to understand that parting ways with your spouse doesn’t nee… Read More
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Divorce and Social Security Benefits

Divorce can have a significant financial impact on your future. In addition to dividing property, debts, and assets — as well as determining things like alimony and child support — social security benefits should also be considered when spouses p… Read More
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Telling Your Children About Divorce

Divorce isn’t only stressful for the parents — it can have a tremendous emotional impact on your child. While a child’s emotional reactions can depend on their age and emotional development at the time of divorce, it’s not uncommon for a chil… Read More
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Can I Keep My Wedding Ring After Divorce?

While the engagement ring is symbolic of a promise to marry, the wedding ring represents a couple’s commitment to each other. Unfortunately, not all marriages work out — and if you are considering divorce, you might be wondering what to do with y… Read More
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What Happens to Family Pets in Divorce?

Divorce impacts every member of the family, and that also includes the pets. Deciding who will have custody of the dog, cat, bird, or other animal can be one of the most emotional issues faced in divorce. While most people view their pets as beloved… Read More
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Divorcing After Your Children Have Grown Up

Divorce at any stage of life is difficult. But there can be certain challenges you might face if you are divorcing after your children have grown up. Whether you stayed in your marriage longer than you should have because you thought it was “better… Read More
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