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Benefits of a prenuptial agreement and its impact during divorce

The end of a marriage can have a significant impact on a person's future. The division of property and assets can often be complex and, in some cases, may also lead to heated disputes during divorce proceedings. However, if a prenuptial agreement is in place, the subsequent process could be less stressful and challenging, potentially prompting many individuals in Missouri to consider the benefits in advance.

An uncontested divorce still deserves careful consideration

Ending a marriage without fighting about who gets what -- is that possible? Yes, actually it is. In fact, numerous couples in Missouri file uncontested marriage dissolutions every year. Don't be fooled by how easy and simple it sounds, though. An uncontested divorce still deserves careful consideration before you sign those papers.

A closer look at gray divorce

It’s a constantly changing world. That doesn’t change in retirement. Technology and jobs are always changing – even marital status is subject to change at any time in life. Recent years have shown a grown in “gray divorce,” a term for divorce among couples over the age of 50.

What types of child custody are recognized in Missouri?

When going through a divorce that involves children, it can be a challenge to figure out which custody arrangement will work best. Every family is different, so what works for one may not necessarily work for another. Thankfully, Missouri recognizes various types of child custody arrangements so that every family can put together a plan that works specifically for them.

Claiming gut fermentation syndrome as a DUI criminal defense

Can a person's blood alcohol level rise without consuming alcohol? Can a person be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol even if he or she has not had a drop of an impairing substance? Apparently the answer to both of these questions is yes. How is this possible? What criminal defense options are open to Missouri residents who find themselves in such situations?

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