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Dividing a pension plan in a Missouri divorce

The decision to end a marriage is often a difficult one to make. Many people in Missouri who have been together for years often take into consideration how the decision to do so will affect their future financial plans. Despite this, those who decide to divorce come to the conclusion that doing so is in their best interests.

Settle down: Divorce doesn't have to be a big fight

You have finally decided to end your marriage, and you feel torn emotionally for a variety of reasons. On the one hand, you look forward to living life on your own terms following the divorce. On the other hand, you are worried about the level of conflict you will have to endure during the divorce proceedings.

Things to consider in a high asset divorce in Missouri

When two people decide to marry, they typically do so with the intention that they will spend the rest of their lives together. While some couples may realize relatively quickly that their lives are not compatible, others may spend years building their lives before coming to that realization. While a divorce can be difficult as any couple goes through the process, those involving high assets in Missouri can be even more complicated.

Giuliani, now ex-wife agree on divorce settlement

Most people in Missouri would agree that the end of a marriage is a difficult time. This is likely especially so for couples who are relatively well-known and for whom the details of their disagreement are reported in the media. Fortunately, settling a divorce out-of-court can help keep many of the details of a split private.

Child custody: Navigating the holidays after a divorce

When thinking about the holidays, the first thing that many people in Missouri consider is the food and fun memories that are often associated with them. However, many aspects of the holidays are inherently stressful, especially for children who have divorced parents. Parents can work together to help create a child custody plan that will help children during the holiday season. 

Helping children through the holidays following divorce

A change in the routine of children can have a significant impact on them. In the case of a divorce in Missouri, children are often left to transition back and forth between homes and, in some cases, adjust to a new school. Unfortunately, even when parents have seemingly come to agreement on many of the issues surrounding the end of marriage, they may still experience conflict over how their children will spend the holidays. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce the chances of conflict and ensure that the time is filled with positive experiences with both sides of their family.

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