A study out of Washington University suggests that there are two months out of the year in which more marital splits occur. It seems that March and August hold the distinctions as being divorce months. It may be because many American couples, including those living in Missouri, don't want to file for divorce around holidays.
When it comes to the property division phase of your divorce, perhaps the disposition of your family business will be the most important consideration. If you and your spouse have built the business together, you both have a financial and emotional stake in it. Who will end up owning the company once the divorce is final?
Divorce in Missouri is difficult on minor children just as it is everywhere else. The same universal dynamics repeatedly arise to fill the children with hurt and uncertainty. They become self-critical and wonder what they did to encourage the divorce. They question where they will live, go to school, who they will live with, and whether they may be compelled to take sides in a family law dispute that pits one parent against the other.
Some financial advisers in Missouri are experienced in assisting individuals who are going through a divorce or have recently completed the ordeal. Experts agree that the divorce experience is emotionally draining, and they also point to another inescapable aspect of the proceedings. That is the fact that, typically, a participant's expenses will go up while that person's income will decrease.
What's one of the highest value assets most high net-worth couples must divide in a contested divorce? House? Vacation home? Business ownership?
A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a recent fatal shooting that claimed the life of another man, age 32. Missouri authorities are on the hunt for another suspect. The man arrested was allegedly the get-away driver in the Gravois Park neighborhood shooting. He will have to mount an aggressive criminal defense against the first-degree murder and criminal action charges leveled against him.