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  • Does Missouri Allow Income Withholding for Child Support & Maintenance?
    Does Missouri Allow Income Withholding for Child Support & Maintenance?

    The State of Missouri uses the guidelines of the federal law, the Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) when deciding how much of an employee’s wages are exempt from garnishment. To figure out the ...

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  • Should I Live With My Spouse In the Same Household During a Divorce?
    Should I Live With My Spouse In the Same Household During a Divorce?

    Should I Live With My Spouse In the Same Household During a Divorce? Although the point of obtaining a divorce is to get away from your spouse, there are some situations where couples decide to ...

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  • Do Courts Favor Mothers More than Fathers in Child Custody Cases?
    Do Courts Favor Mothers More than Fathers in Child Custody Cases?

    Although there was once a presumption that young children should be primarily with their mother after a divorce , most states no longer abide by this assumption and have passed laws that prevent women ...

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  • Does Missouri Allow Income Withholding for Child Support & Maintenance?
    Does Missouri Allow Income Withholding for Child Support & Maintenance?

    The State of Missouri uses the guidelines of the federal law, the Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) when deciding how much of an employee’s wages are exempt from garnishment. To figure out the ...

    Read More
  • How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce
    How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce

    Social media plays a prominent role in many of our lives, allowing us to share in ways that were previously impossible. Through social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, you can ...

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  • Drug Tests and Child Custody
    Drug Tests and Child Custody

    If your spouse has a substance abuse problem, you will need a way to keep your children safe in this potentially dangerous situation and to prevent the possibility of abuse or neglect. To protect your ...

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