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What will happen to the marital properties during divorce?

Divorce affects the emotional and financial sides of a couple's life and it is important for divorcing spouses to brace themselves for the worst. In St. Charles, Missouri, property division is an important phase of marital dissolution as the outcome of this procedure will greatly affect an individual's finances.

Avoid harsh words in a child custody dispute

Divorce is not a simple legal procedure, especially if children are caught in the line of fire. When emotions run high, some parents unintentionally use their children as pawns in seeking legal custody, without even thinking about the effects of their actions on the children. Parents need to be aware of their actions as they settle child custody disputes. They should be aiming for what is best for their children, not for themselves. The outcome of child custody depends on how the parents choose to settle their differences.

Custody dispute: father abandons child at fire station

Divorce becomes complicated when there is a child caught in the middle. In St. Charles, Missouri, just like in the rest of the country, child custody cases are always decided in the best interest of the child. Parents, if possible, try to agree on joint custody arrangements in order for them to have equal participation in the child's life. However, this is not always the case and things often get complicated. In fact, children often feel torn between their parents.

The significance of paternity and fathers' rights

Many of our Missouri readers may not know a great deal about paternity suits and unmarried fathers. Although published material may provide a lot of information about paternity, it may not provide the whole story because paternity does not only revolve around legalizing the relationship of a father to the child but also concerns the rights of a father when it comes to his children.

Joseph J. Porzenski
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