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Missouri juvenile law: Help with hearings

If your child has been accused of a delinquency of some type, he or she will likely have to appear in juvenile court. In Missouri or elsewhere, juvenile law and criminal law have very different purposes. If your child's case stays within the juvenile system, the end goal will be rehabilitation rather than punishment for the alleged crime.

Do I have to prove fault to secure a divorce in Missouri?

There are seemingly innumerable reasons as to why a person in an unhappy marriage might feel unable to move forward with a divorce. Perhaps they want to take more time to think things over, try marital counseling or even just wait until their children are in the best possible position to deal with the news.

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