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You can seek more than half your property, but is it fair?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Property Division on Thursday, May 28, 2020. You and your spouse have kept most of your assets separate. During your marriage, you focused on buying the things you needed for yourself and they bought what they needed for themselves. It was rare that you’d invest in anything that was truly shared, other than furniture or appliances. Now that you’re divorcing, you find it shocking that your spouse is trying to keep many of the assets you purchased during the marriage. You had always thought that they’d be reasonable, but all of

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St. Louis County & Midwest Family Law Blog

Arrange a Consultation » 855-805-0595 Menu Contact Home Firm Overview Firm Overview Charitable Giving and Community Involvement Make a Payment Military Family Law Book Prenuptial Agreement Book Illinois Family Law Book Our Professionals Our Professionals Careers Awards FAQ Articles Testimonials Blogs Midwest Family Law Blog Kansas City Blog Metro East Blog St. Louis Blog St. Charles Blog Springfield IL Blog Podcast Family Law Headquarters Columbia Blog Collaborative Divorce Springfield MO Blog Wichita Blog Father’s Blog Bloomington Blog Topeka Blog Tulsa Blog Contact Us Contact Us X Close Search To protect your safety during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, we “strongly encourage”

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How does divorce affect property in Missouri?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Property Division on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. No one is thinking about it when they say their vows, but roughly half of people who get married end up getting divorced. Divorce is usually not quite so simple, as people need to recreate individual lives with their own assets. So who gets what assets? How does Missouri work out property division in a divorce? Some states operate on a “community property” rule and will usually divide the marital assets in half. Other states, including Missouri, have equitable distribution, which gives the courts

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Act quickly when you can no longer afford to pay child support

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Child Support on Friday, May 22, 2020. Getting a court order determining the amount of child support you must pay does not always mean you can afford the payments. However, you cannot simply stop making your payments, as this would result in significant legal consequences. It may also affect your relationship with your children. In our experience serving Saint Louis County families, we have learned that nearly all parents want to provide for their kids. Unfortunately, life sometimes has an annoying way of making it hard to accomplish this goal. Losing

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Why would I need to claim child custody?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Child Custody on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. When it comes to your child, you leave nothing to chance. Didn’t you grow a new set of nerves the day your kid was born? Their pain becomes your pain, and you end up caring about little more than their well-being. So, what happens when you have to stand up for your right to be a full parent? Why would I need to claim child custody? Separated parents in Missouri may have to submit a plan for child custody to a court in order

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