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Family pictures, spousal support at issue in divorce fight

When couples in Missouri decide to marry, their intention at the time is likely that they will spend the rest of their lives together. However, as they face life struggles, many couples determine that they are no longer compatible, making it necessary to seek a divorce. In fact, a couple in another state, who were open with the struggles to conceive followed by the birth of triplets, decided that their marriage is broken beyond repair.

Family law issues: The role of a prenuptial agreement

The decision to marry is an important one. While most people in Missouri only think of the emotional implications of choosing to legally bind their lives with someone else, there are also financial concerns to consider as well. To help manage these concerns, some people seek guidance regarding a prenuptial agreement from an experienced family law attorney.

Dividing assets in a Missouri divorce

Over the course of their years together, married couples in Missouri and across the country tend to accumulate assets. While assets such as real estate and retirement funds are typically some of their most valuable ones, others -- such as investment accounts, vehicles and frequent flyer miles -- can be significant. Couples who choose to divorce must work to divide both these assets and their liabilities as part of the path to the next stage of their lives.

Seeking a child support or custody modification in Missouri

There are a variety of different reasons why a couple in Missouri might decide that it is in the best interests of their families to seek a divorce. Regardless of the specific reasoning, once that decision has been made, there are multiple others that must follow, including those involving child support or custody. However, as people's circumstances change, these agreements might also need modification.

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