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  • Navigating Alimony in High Net Worth Divorces for Seniors
    Navigating Alimony in High Net Worth Divorces for Seniors

    While the overall divorce rate has plateaued over the past few years, married couples aged 50 and older are increasingly heading to divorce court. Social scientists and theoreticians state many ...

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  • Can Private School Tuition Be Included in Child Support?
    Can Private School Tuition Be Included in Child Support?

    As children grow older, their expenses naturally increase. Adolescents and teens engage in activities like sports, dance, painting, music, and crafts that help them develop into well-rounded, capable ...

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  • When Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Appointed?
    When Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Appointed?

    As we discussed in a recent post, “Understanding The Role of Guardian Ad Litem in Child Custody Cases,” a guardian ad litem (GAL) is an objective, impartial person whom the court appoints to act as a ...

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  • Understanding Role of Guardian Ad Litem in Child Custody Cases
    Understanding Role of Guardian Ad Litem in Child Custody Cases

    A guardian ad litem (GAL) is an objective, impartial person whom the court appoints to act as a representative for the minor children in a contested custody proceeding. In cases of alleged child abuse ...

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  • Missouri Child Custody Reform Aims to Equalize Parenting
    Missouri Child Custody Reform Aims to Equalize Parenting

    The bill promotes shared parenting. The reform could arguably be a direct result of the growing fathers’ rights movement , which of late has focused on such shared custody initiatives. Shared ...

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  • Understanding Interstate Child Custody In Missouri
    Understanding Interstate Child Custody In Missouri

    After divorcing, some parents may find that a new job or life opportunity has lead them to a new state. Many of them go on to make arrangements to share custody in some capacity. However, parents with ...

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