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

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.

Can't divide your assets? A judge will do it for you

103894815_s.jpgDivorce is tricky for even the calmest couples, because there can be a large amount of money or a great number of assets at stake. Since Missouri is an equitable distribution state, judges can decide how to divide your property for you in a way that they believe is fair based on your contributions to your marriage.

Missouri's former governor prepares for divorce

27635424_s.jpgIs it time to consider the end of your marriage? Someone may ask this many times before taking steps to make it happen, because it is a difficult decision that often comes after years of people growing apart. The presence of minor children may also affect their choice, as parents always want the best for their children.

Divorce settlements and requirements can get strange

90301589_s.jpgThe impulse to marry can often feel as strange as the impulse to fall in love, even though we are surrounded by signs of the value of marriage often from birth. But divorce is far stranger, as the failure of people to plan for it can lead to an emotional free-for-all.

Debts and divorce: How can you divide yours?

43120125_s.jpgAs you move through each part of your divorce, you'll eventually come to the point where you have to talk about dividing your property. One of the harder things to do is to talk openly about who should take on debt following your divorce, especially if that debt was created by both parties.

The order of divorce and bankruptcy can help save money

24517683_s.jpgFinancial stress is a big problem in marriages or any other arrangement that combines emotions with the practical issues of life. Although it may not have as much to do with a relationship as it may seem, a couple facing bankruptcy may need to deal with that issue before they should divorce.

A postnuptial agreement can help during property division

91320463_s.jpgJust hearing the term property division typically strikes fear into the hearts of all Missouri residents getting divorced. The process is often messy, intimidating, stressful and emotionally devastating. However, it is an important part of getting divorced. Leaving the matter to chance could leave one spouse in financial trouble after the marriage has ended.

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  • Saint Louis County: 120 S. Central Ave., Suite 450, Clayton, MO 63105: Clayton Office
  • West County: 16024 Manchester Rd., Suite 103, Ellisville, MO 63011: Ellisville Office
  • Jackson County: 256 NE Tudor Rd., Lee's Summit, Missouri 64086: Lee's Summit Office
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  • Franklin County: 5 S. Oak St. Union, MO 63084: Union Office
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  • McLean County: 1012 Ekstam Drive, Suite 4, Bloomington, IL 61704: Bloomington Office
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  • Sedgwick County: 2024 N. Woodlawn Street, Suite 407, Wichita, Kansas 67208: Wichita Office
  • Shawnee County: 800 SW Jackson Street, Suite 812, Topeka, Kansas 66612: Topeka Office
  • Tulsa County: 6660 S. Sheridan Road, Suite 240, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133:  Tulsa Office
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