Blog Posts in 2017

  • How Dating Can Affect Your Divorce Case

    Moving on after divorce can be difficult, which is why many people are hesitant to jump back into the dating pool and find someone else to care for again. This is especially true for contentious divorces, as it can be nearly impossible to be trust in romance and relationships following the ending of a marriage. Most people get married with the intent that they will never have to date again, which ...
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  • Should You Move Out of the House during a Divorce?

    During a divorce , the last thing you may want to do is live in the same house as your spouse. It may not only be a contentious situation in which the both of you can’t stand the sight of each other, but it also may be too painful to stay in the home or living space you both shared so many memories in. This brings up the very commonly asked question: should I move out of the house during my ...
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  • Three Huge Divorce Mistakes to Avoid

    Whether you are considering divorce, are in the middle of a divorce, or are happily married and not even considering the possibility, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared for the possibility that your marriage may dissolve. Those who are unprepared may find themselves making serious mistakes that can potentially jeopardize their case or their happiness once their divorce is finalized. On this blog, our ...
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  • Can A Nuptial Agreement Save Your Marriage?

    We’re in the middle of the peak of wedding season, and while this is a time of bliss for most new couples, the fact is that just under half of them will end up divorced at some point. Want to avoid being one of them? Marriage is a relationship that requires both spouses to work together and share common goals and ambitions, so one of the keys to a successful marriage is to know and understand ...
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  • Four Types of Child Custody

    When you decide to get a divorce with children involved, the court will have to determine what kind of child custody both you and your spouse will receive. A number of factors go into this decision, including employment, ability to raise the children, and even the children’s choice to a certain extent. However, the most important thing that is considered is the best interests of the children. Once ...
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  • Four Types of Spousal Maintenance

    There are several factors that play in to a judge’s decision regarding spousal maintenance awards in a divorce case, including the length of a marriage, the ability of one spouse to pay, the ability of the other spouse to support themselves, and more. On this blog, our St. Louis divorce attorneys take a look at four recognized types of spousal maintenance, and discuss the key differences between ...
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