Known for his breakout role in the Dukes of Hazard, actor John Schneider has had what many would say is a successful career in Hollywood. It afforded him a good life for himself and his family. When he and his wife finalized their divorce in 2014, he was expected to help her maintain the lifestyle to which she had become accustomed during their marriage. So, like many breadwinning spouses in Missouri and elsewhere, he was ordered to pay spousal support.
Ending one's marriage can be a difficult thing. Figuring out how to support oneself after divorce can be even harder for a number of Missouri residents. Some may expect alimony to help them as they work to move forward, but do alimony and divorce go hand in hand?
January is a month of new beginning for many people. For some in Missouri and elsewhere that means getting out of bad marriages. This is why January is often referred to as divorce month.
When ending a marriage, who wouldn't want to the process to be as easy as possible? But divorce and easy are words rarely, if ever, seen together. Believe it or not Missouri residents, there are a few things that can be done to make the dissolution of marriage easier through which to get.
A lot of people in Missouri and elsewhere are do-it-yourselfers. There are a lot of benefits that accompany having this kind of attitude. However, some things are better left to those with experience. Divorce is a great example.
Figuring out what to do with the marital home is one of the biggest obstacles preventing couples from divorcing and moving on. It is a significant asset, though, and not always a positive one. Thankfully, Missouri residents who are going through the divorce process actually have quite a few options when it comes to dealing with their marital homes.
Own a family business in Missouri or elsewhere? Getting a divorce? What will happen to the business when all is said and done? Is it possible to spare the company from the ravages of divorce?
There are a lot of factors that go into whether a couple will stay together or not. Few people in Missouri or elsewhere tend to consider that their education level has anything to do with it. Why would that matter, right? However, according to a recent report, education actually does play a fairly significant role in divorce.
Missouri residents who have opted to end their marriages are likely to have a number of questions about what to expect during the dissolution process. It is understandable, as there can be a lot to it. Knowledge is power and knowing what to expect can make getting through the divorce process a little easier.
When it comes to divorce in Missouri, the decisions you make are often binding and can affect you and your dependents for a long time. If you think that a collaborative divorce is the best way for you and your partner to split, it may surprise you to learn that it is not for everyone.