Below we explore your options for moving with kids after a divorce. In Missouri, once a custody order is entered, a parent who wants to relocate with the minor children must provide written notice by certified mail (return receipt requested) at least sixty days in advance of the propo
Always take Orders of Protection Seriously. There are two different types of Orders of Protection. One is a Petition for an Adult Abuse Order of Protection and the second is a Petition for Child Order of Protection. Sometimes, these types of cases are filed so often that people fail t
5 Licenses You Could Lose for Failure to Pay Child Support If a parent falls behind in child support obligations, Missouri law provides for multiple consequences. It’s common knowledge that wages can be subject to a wage assignment or criminal charges can be filed. However, t
Divorce Laws in Missouri Missouri is generally considered to be a no-fault state, meaning a person in a divorce case does not need to allege or prove fault against the other person to get a Missouri divorce, or any other state considered to be no-fault. However, the issue of fault may
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