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  • How Source Funds Can Impact Property Division For Your Missouri Divorce
    How Source Funds Can Impact Property Division For Your Missouri Divorce

    In Missouri, the courts apply the equitable distribution rule when determining how property and assets are divided between divorcing spouses. Judges attempt to divide property equitably, or fairly, ...

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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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  • Divorce Impact on Pension & Retirement Benefits in Missouri
    Divorce Impact on Pension & Retirement Benefits in Missouri

    Real property and personal property acquired after the marriage may be considered marital property and may be divided between the spouses. Pension and retirement benefits can be considered marital ...

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  • Steps to Take After Dividing a Business During a Divorce
    Steps to Take After Dividing a Business During a Divorce

    Starting and managing a successful business requires a lot of time and effort. Most businesses fail within the first few years, swallowing up the money and human capital that was invested. There are ...

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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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  • How to Divide a Business in a Divorce
    How to Divide a Business in a Divorce

    As with issues of child custody and support, dividing assets between divorcing spouses can be highly contentious. Missouri is a dual-property state and attempts to distribute property by first sorting ...

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