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Relocation is a complex process in child custody cases

In St. Charles, Missouri, couples who have experienced divorce can relate to the unique challenges of the legal process, especially when children are caught in the middle. During a divorce, parents should have one goal and that is to provide the best possible custody arrangement for the children. Sometimes, parents forget the golden rule of child custody cases, which is to put the best interests of the child first. If that happens, the result can be a contentious custody battle. This is especially true when parents are discussing relocation or moving away from their current geographical location.

What happens to business assets in the event of divorce?

When a couple decides to enter marriage, they think of their future together. This outlook changes once the couple decides to part ways and divorce. In Missouri, as elsewhere in the country, married couples who start their own businesses and companies together face unique challenges when their marriages begin to fell apart. They inevitably have to face the question: what will happen to the business assets now that the couple has decided to divorce?

Incorrect blood results lead to allegations of negligence

When there is confusion about the identity of a child's biological parent, paternity tests are often used to clarify the issue. Missouri readers may find of interest the recent story of a California woman who recently filed a lawsuit against a hospital for misinterpreting DNA results.

Property division: how should you split the marital home?

When divorce papers are filed, the first thing that often comes to the mind of divorcing spouses is their future. The legal process will affect both parties' finances, which is why it is important to try to settle the issues with a fair agreement. Readers in Saint Charles who are dealing with property division issues in their divorce may be interested to learn how the marital home can be divided during the legal process.

Joseph J. Porzenski
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