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  • Division of Premarital Assets in Divorce
    Division of Premarital Assets in Divorce

    Premarital Assets may be divided in a Divorce action In divorce actions, it is common for judges and attorneys to use the terms to “pre-marital” property and “non-marital” property to refer to ...

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  • Top Reasons People Get Divorced
    Top Reasons People Get Divorced

    Experiencing a divorce is one of the hardest events which a family can go through and divorce proceedings can feel exceptionally isolating. Although the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) ...

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  • Minimizing Divorce Stress On Children
    Minimizing Divorce Stress On Children

    Raising children is difficult in and of itself. When divorce occurs, it makes parenting that much more difficult. In fact, significant research has gone into the effects of divorces on children. Some ...

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  • Adoption Contract Causes Re-Adopted Girl To Inherit Millions
    Adoption Contract Causes Re-Adopted Girl To Inherit Millions

    John and Christine Svenningsen adopted a baby Chinese girl in 1996. They already had four children, and another one to come, besides their adopted girl. John Svenningsen, was a wealthy businessman at ...

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  • When do half-truths become untruths?
    When do half-truths become untruths?

    Occasionally, rarely, courts will illuminate, rather than obscure, the truth. In this opinion, the court of appeals articulated the best definition I have ever seen of when a half-truth becomes ...

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  • 20% Child Support modification rule doesn't apply without change of circumstaces
    20% Child Support modification rule doesn't apply without change of circumstaces

    Ordinarily, Missouri child support is subject to revision when financial circumstances change such that the child support amount by 20% or more. However, there must be an actual material change in ...

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