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Community Property Vs. Equitable Distribution in a Midwest Divorce

If you are planning to end your marriage in Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma, or anywhere else in the Midwestern United States, it’s important to know the legal statutes that will come into play as your divorce case unfolds. Many people hold misconceptions about how property division works in a divorce, and every state upholds unique laws for the property division process. However, property division laws at the state level are divided into two general categories: equitable distribution laws and community property laws. An experienced attorney can help you prepare for property division in divorce by outlining which property division laws will

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What to Do When Your Ex Refuses to Pay Alimony or Child Support

When a couple divorces, their divorce order will likely include provisions for alimony, child support, or both. Both parties are beholden to the terms of their divorce order, and failure or refusal to pay alimony or child support as required by law carries severe penalties. If you are owed alimony or child support and your ex refuses to pay what they owe, you have several options for legal recourse. It’s best to work with a reliable family law attorney in this situation. Your legal counsel can help you decide which option is best for securing the alimony and/or child support

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How to Find the Best Divorce Attorney in the Midwest

If you have decided to divorce in the Midwest, no matter how you choose to go about the process, you are going to need legal counsel. A Midwest divorce attorney will save you time, money, and stress and ultimately guide you to a more favorable result in your divorce case than you could have secured on your own. It’s vital to understand the value of reliable legal representation as you approach your divorce. Attempting to handle it yourself or choosing the wrong attorney can compound the stress and frustration that the divorce process usually entails. Some people make the mistake

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Legal Options for Ending a Marriage in Missouri

Ending your marriage might be one of the most challenging ordeals you ever experience, and every marriage is unique. There is no one solid approach to ending a marriage, and the state laws of Missouri actually provide multiple options that are worth consideration. While divorce or dissolution of marriage is the most commonly sought method of ending a marriage, there are other options as well that apply to specific situations or provide certain advantages over traditional divorce. If you are unsure about how to approach ending your marriage, a Missouri family law attorney is your best resource for specific advice

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What Happens When You Fail to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma?

All parents are required to provide support for their minor children. After a divorce, this support will come in the form of a monetary payment to aid in providing for the child’s daily expenses and needs. At times, parents experience financial difficulties or other extenuating circumstances that can lead to late payments or prevent them from paying child support altogether. In response, the state of Oklahoma has numerous strategies in place to enforce child support orders and collect past due child support funds. This brief overview will outline what happens when an Oklahoma parent fails to pay child support. If

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Can Oklahoma Take Child Support From Your Unemployment Benefits?

Although most people think of child support in terms of divorce, parenting agreements, and all the other considerations that come with family law, the fact is that every child is entitled to receive financial support from their parents. This presumption applies to all minor children, regardless of whether their parents remain in a married relationship, live together while unmarried, or are separated or divorced. Oklahoma Child Support Overview Child support is just one part of a parent’s responsibility to protect and provide for their children and is fulfilled by custodial parents when they provide food, shelter, education, clothing, and other

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