Legal Articles, Divorce

Navigating Financial Independence After a St. Louis Divorce: A Guide to Rebuilding

Understanding how to achieve financial independence post-divorce is crucial because it empowers you to rebuild your life with confidence and security, especially when navigating the complexities of alimony laws.

What Kind of Lawyer Do I Need for a Name Change?

A family law attorney is ideal for name changes, providing guidance on legal procedures and requirements, handling court appearances, and ensuring a smooth process.

Navigating Spousal Support in Missouri

It's crucial to understand that in Missouri, the awarding of spousal support is not automatic; it is contingent upon various factors and requires a nuanced legal approach.

Will My Fiancé’s Record Make It More Difficult For Me To Find A Job Once We Are Married?

Will My Fiancé’s Record Make It More Difficult For Me To Find A Job Once We Are Married?

In Educational Neglect Proceeding, Court Rules that “Detrimental Effect” is not Required

In the case of In Re Amurah B., Superior Court, Judicial District of Middlesex, Docket No. M08CP09010939A (March 12, 2010, Rubinow, J.), the Court addressed whether the Department of Children and Families must demonstrate a “detrimental effect” before it can enter a finding of educational neglect.  In that particular case, DCF initially filed petitions alleging that the children were being subjected to educational neglect in that they were not being forced to attend school.  A trial ensued, and after DCF concluded its case-in-chief, the parents claimed it failed to make out a prima facie case with respect to any of the children.

What Is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in Connecticut?

What Is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in Connecticut?

Transforming Divorce in St. Louis: A Guide to Harmonious Separation

Discover how 'Embracing a New Perspective' transforms divorce in St. Louis from conflict to cooperation, focusing on amicable solutions and personal growth.

Divorce vs Separation: What’s the Difference?

Divorce legally ends a marriage, allowing remarriage, while separation involves living apart without dissolving the marriage. Divorce involves asset division and legal ramifications, unlike informal separations. Reconciliation is easier after separation than divorce.

How to File for Divorce in Missouri

This article provides a comprehensive guide on how to file for divorce in Missouri, a "no-fault" state. Steps include filing a petition, notifying the other spouse, financial disclosures, and either reaching a settlement or going to trial.

Navigating Divorce in St. Louis: How a Family Law Attorney Can Help

A St. Louis Family Law Attorney guides you through emotional challenges and legal complexities of divorce, offering legal experience and emotional support.

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