Franklin County, MO Child Support Lawyers

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Ryan J. Helfrich
Accident & Injury, Criminal, Divorce & Family Law, Landlord-Tenant, Traffic
5 S. Oak St,
Union, MO 63084, Franklin County
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John Edward Counts
Criminal, Family Law, Landlord-Tenant, Traffic
2647 Highway N,
Pacific, MO 63069, Franklin County
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Frederick H. Schwetye
Accident & Injury, Divorce & Family Law, Criminal, Power of Attorney, Family Law
8 South Church Street,
Union, MO 63084, Franklin County

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Sample MO Child Support Cases

... It says that a parent who is more than $10,000 in arrears in payment of child support may not petition to modify a judgment of custody or visitation without posting a bond in the amount of the arrearage, or the legal fees of the custodial parent, whichever is greater, before filing the ...

... with the children. She asked the court to enter an award of joint legal and physical custody [2] as to both children and to order both women to pay reasonable child support. ... VI. Contractual Assumption of Child Support. We next address ...

... David Alan Crow ("Father") appeals the judgment refusing to modify the amount of his child support obligation to Judy Lynette Crow ("Mother"). We dismiss the appeal. I. BACKGROUND. ... 14. Rule 88.01 sets forth a two-step procedure for calculating child support. ...

... The Court gives no weight to these infrequent contacts. The father failed to provide any financial or in-kind support for the child since she was born. ... An inmate is expected to contribute toward his child's support, not to make a real financial difference, but to show the parent cares. ...

The State of Missouri, ex rel. Family Support Division—Child Support Enforcement ("Division"), and Tracy L. Stude (collectively, "Respondents") applied to the 184 Circuit Court of Jackson County for a contempt citation against Appellant Terry Eugene Lane, for failure ...