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What is a family care plan in a military divorce?

Unfortunately, those serving in the armed forces suffer from a large variety of marital problems. Forced separations combined with the stress of deployment affect service members as well as their spouses and children. When these issues cannot be resolved, many military marriages sadly end in divorce.

Unexpected benefits often accompany Missouri legal separations

94733290_s.jpgMaking the difficult decision to end a marriage requires careful consideration. A divorce seems final and, in most cases, it is final. Rushing into divorce can turn into a big mistake for couples who are not 100% certain ending their marriage is the best option.

What if my spouse won't agree to a divorce?

119944841_s.jpgMost Missouri couples interested in ending a marriage seek a no-fault divorce solution. Essentially, this means that neither party must prove that the other spouse's actions led to the end of the marital relationship. If each spouse mutually agrees that the marriage is irretrievably broken, they should have little trouble obtaining a divorce.

Men, beware of these unhealthy divorce issues

40346537_s.jpgMuch of the attention surrounding divorce focuses on women and mothers. However, men and fathers face just as many unhealthy issues as women do, and some of them can affect their health and overall wellbeing. While it is important for all parties in a divorce to care for themselves, men often ignore the problems associated with divorce.

What does legal separation mean in Saint Louis County, Missouri?

104712395_s.jpgLike most states, Missouri divorce law allows couples to pursue a legal separation instead of terminating a marriage outright. Considered an alternative to divorce, the legal term for separation in the state is separate maintenance action. In many cases, couples may choose to pursue this alternative in the hopes of repairing any damage their relationship has suffered.

Understanding a Missouri collaborative divorce

84572916_s.jpgWhile there might be a perception that all divorces are contentious with the parties squabbling or outright fighting over every aspect of the case, there are some situations where there is relative stability and the couple can negotiate and agree on many issues. This can be useful to expedite the process and keep it civil or even friendly. A collaborative divorce seeks common ground so the case can be settled with as little rancor as possible. The sides will discuss the facts of the case and find areas where they can agree. A key to a collaborative divorce is to have legal advice.

What is an uncontested divorce and how does one work?

82083493_s.jpgUnderstanding how an uncontested divorce is different from a divorce that is being contested is helpful for divorcing couples to understand. Divorcing couples should ensure they have all of their questions answered about the divorce process and how an uncontested divorce works when compared to a contested divorce.

Known as divorce month, January sees an influx in divorce filings

33445807_s.jpgMany things are on the minds of parents during the holidays. For many, it is to ensure that their children are able to spend quality time with their children, celebrating it with as much joy as possible. The holidays can be a challenging time for parents whose relationship has hit a breaking point; however, even when an impending end is near, many parents will hold off on filing for divorce until after the holidays.

The different names for spousal support and how it works

57098523_s.jpgThere are several different names that may be used to refer to the support one former spouse may pay to the other following a divorce. Terms such as spousal support, spousal maintenance and alimony all may be used to refer to generally the same thing which can be a major concern for divorcing spouses to understand.

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