Figuring out asset division can be a tough part of any divorce. Understanding how Missouri law generally approaches this issue can help you get a clearer picture of what you can expect.
When you think about divorce, do you imagine heated court battles, vengeful acts and a constant tug-of-war? If you do, you are not alone. It is sometimes a deterrent for couples who want out but do not want to experience those circumstances.
The divorce is final, and you have settled into your new life. With the exception of possibly needing to make modifications in the future, you no longer have to worry about the legal effects of your divorce, right?
Child support orders are a legal obligation that can have serious consequences if not fulfilled. Whether you are depending on support from an ex or have an order to submit support payments, there are a few things you should know about enforcement methods when the supporting party does not make payments. According to the Missouri Bar, the Family Support Division assists parents seeking to enforce support orders.
No matter where you are in the divorce process, you may find yourself wondering how you can co-parent with your ex-partner in St. Charles County when there is so much animosity and arguing. You may not want anything to do with your spouse now that you are moving on. But if you want to minimize the amount of stress and conflict your children will endure because of the situation, you should learn how to tolerate your soon-to-be ex-spouse.