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What does an uncontested divorce look like in Missouri?

Many people in Missouri operate under the belief that the end of a marriage is also filled with contention and anger. Because of this, they often assume that the divorce process is always a bitter battle. While the time surrounding the end of a romantic relationship is a big transition, many couples are able to work together to make the change more peaceful.

How to cope with a gray divorce

Regardless of when a Missouri couple chooses to end their marriage, there are a variety of different decisions that must be made, typically while also dealing with the emotional ramifications of such a major life event. This can be especially true for those who are going through a gray divorce -- that is, the end of a marriage that occurs later in life -- because of the potential implications on retirement. Despite this, many people who choose to end their marriage later in life are able to focus on how the choice will improve their future happiness.

Nonbiological father faces child support payments

Many people in Missouri spend a large part of their life dreaming about when they will become a parent. In fact, one man in another state claims that he was thrilled to learn that his girlfriend was expecting. Because she claimed he was the father, he signed the birth certificate. Unfortunately, now he has found himself facing child support payments for a child that he has since learned is not biologically his.

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