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Criminal convictions and their effect on child custody

Many Missouri residents may not know that as of 2000, six percent of adults were convicted felons and if the trend remains the same, one in every 15 persons will have spent some time in prison. The repercussions of felonies are not unheard of but one aspect many may not realize is how it affects child custody decisions in the event of a divorce.

Establish paternity to help your children get what they deserve

When it comes to family, nothing is more important than your children. Watching them grow into full adults is a rewarding experience for many. You help them shape their values, get through difficulty and support them in their successes and their failures. They are your legacy.

What will happen to my business in the divorce?

Starting up a new business takes a toll on a person's health and can eventually even affect their marriage. While a Missouri resident is working hard to start up their business, their spouse may be on the way out of their marriage, leaving the other person confused, emotionally distraught and financially vulnerable. With between 40 and 50 percent of all first marriages ending in divorce in the country, the end of a marriage is not so out of the question that one should not take precautions to protect the business they have worked so hard to create.

Joseph J. Porzenski
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