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Blog Posts in March, 2017

What is a Guardian ad Litem and Why Do I Have One?

A Guardian ad Litem is a licensed attorney appointed by the court to protect the interests of a minor child or children in a custody case. Guardian ad Litems are required to take additional classes ...
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Will My Child Be Called to Testify in Court?

Parents often want to know if their child will be called to testify in court. The answer to this question is that in Missouri it is left to the discretion of the judge hearing your case. In general, ...
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At What Age Does My Child Get to Decide?

I recently posted about children testifying in court. This goes hand in hand with one of the most common questions I am asked which is at what age does my child get to decide where he or she wants to ...
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What is Attorney Client Privilege and What Does it Mean to Me in My Divorce?

Information that you provide to your attorney concerning your case and the information and advice that your attorney provides to you is confidential and protected from disclosure. The purpose of the ...
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Tips about Attorney Fees

Here are some tips about Attorney Fees: 1. Ask upfront about your attorney's hourly rate and what you will be billed for. Never be afraid to ask the attorney to work on a slightly lower hourly ...
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How to Have Your Correct Gender Identity Recognized in Missouri

With the recent revocation of the Obama Administration's federal guidelines protecting transgendered students, the few other protections afforded to transgendered individuals under existing law ...
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