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  • The Clock Is Ticking: Will Your Divorce Be Finalized Before the New Tax Law?
    The Clock Is Ticking: Will Your Divorce Be Finalized Before the New Tax Law?

    If you are going through a divorce, there are several tax implications if you finalize it next year. Signed into law last December, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reverses the law that was introduced ...

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  • Who Keeps the Engagement Ring if the Wedding is Called Off?
    Who Keeps the Engagement Ring if the Wedding is Called Off?

    Given that it is not uncommon for people to spend a small fortune on engagement rings, it is no surprise that, when a marriage never takes place and the engagement crumbles, the fiancé who gave the ...

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  • Can I Regain Custody of My Children?
    Can I Regain Custody of My Children?

    Losing custody of your children is a heartbreaking and emotional experience for just about any parent. How does one cope with the idea that the court believes your children would be better off without ...

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  • Why You Still Need an Attorney During an Amicable Divorce
    Why You Still Need an Attorney During an Amicable Divorce

    Divorce has a tendency to be a difficult, emotionally charged process that requires a lot of effort from both spouses to ultimately work together if they wish to have control over the key issues in ...

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  • Relocating After a Missouri Divorce
    Relocating After a Missouri Divorce

    Divorce is a major life-altering change and oftentimes it has a ripple effect on the lives of those involved, acting as an impetus for further change. For example, one party might want to relocate to ...

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  • How Do I Enforce Child Support Payments If My Ex Won’t Pay?
    How Do I Enforce Child Support Payments If My Ex Won’t Pay?

    Although a parent has been ordered to pay child support, it does not necessarily mean they will follow through once they leave the courtroom. In some cases, a spouse who is entitled to receive child ...

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