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How Can Parents Request Child Custody Modifications?

Life is a series of changes, and as your life evolves, so too may the needs of your child. It's not uncommon for divorced or separated parents to find that…

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What Is the Role Of the Child’s Preference In A Child Custody Case?

Divorce can be a challenging process, especially when children are involved. Many parents in Missouri grapple with uncertainty regarding how child custody arrangements will be determined. One factor that often…

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How Can the Mental Illness of a Parent Affect Child Custody?

Navigating the complexities of child custody cases is challenging enough, but when a parent's mental illness is thrown into the mix, it can significantly complicate matters. The well-being of the…

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How does Missouri Senate Bill 35 affect Child Custody?

On August 28, 2023, Missouri Senate Bill 35 became law, which changed several aspects of Missouri’s child custody laws. The law changes how child custody decisions are made during divorce…

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Who Gets Custody of the Children while a Divorce is Pending?

Deciding to divorce is a difficult and emotional process, often made more complex when children are involved. One of the most pressing questions during this time is: Who gets custody…

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Holiday Co-Parenting Tips

The holidays can be a challenging time, especially for divorced or separated parents navigating co-parenting arrangements. While everyone wants to create a joyful atmosphere for the children, different parenting styles,…

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