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How to Co-Parent During the Summer
How to Co-Parent During the Summer

Summer might seem too far away to plan for, but it is crucial to get started as soon as you can to avoid any unnecessary conflict. Unless your children are enrolling in summer school, chances are they will have a fair amount of free time and both you and your co-parent will ...

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Blog posts in Divorce

  • Common Mistakes Made During the Divorce Process

    If you are about to move forward with a divorce, you probably have an idea about what to expect and understand that this is both a complex and ...

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  • How to Handle Your Divorce at Work

    Even if you initiated your divorce, you are probably having a difficult time coping with the end of your marriage. After all, no one gets married with ...

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  • Am I Staying Married for the Wrong Reasons?

    The negative connotations regarding divorce compel countless people to stay in unhappy marriages, simply because they don’t want to face the ...

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  • Is My Prenuptial Agreement Invalid?

    As more households are dual-income, prenuptial agreements have long lost their stigma. The taboo surrounding these legal agreements has been replaced ...

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  • How Remarriage Affects Alimony & Child Support in MO

    When a married couple files for divorce , the court will often make one spouse pay alimony and child support . However, what happens if either spouse ...

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  • 3 Ways To Prepare for a Divorce

    Are you getting ready for a divorce? Preparing for the divorce process can feel overwhelming, confusing, and extremely emotional, especially if you ...

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  • Divorce & Property Division: Who Gets What?

    When you build a life together with your spouse, its only natural to accumulate a few possessions over the years. Unfortunately, when couples seek a ...

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  • What is the Waiting Period for Divorce in St. Charles?

    St. Charles and the rest of Missouri has a 30-day waiting period for divorce , beginning on the day your divorce petition is filed. Once you file for ...

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  • How Divorce Can Affect Green Card Holders

    If you received your green card by marrying a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, a divorce may make matters problematic. The main issue is whether a ...

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