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  • When we don’t agree do work-related childcare expenses go in the child support calculation?
    When we don’t agree do work-related childcare expenses go in the child support calculation?

    Missouri uses Supreme Court Rule 88.01 and Civil Procedure Form 14 to calculate child support. Rule 88.01 establishes guidelines for calculating child support payable in divorce, modification, and ...

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  • How to Handle the Financial Stress of Getting Divorced in Missouri
    How to Handle the Financial Stress of Getting Divorced in Missouri

    You are getting divorced. No one told you how expensive this would be. All you wanted was out. Now you are out, the bills are piling up, you have no one to share those expenses with and you are trying ...

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  • Custody Tips During COVID Times
    Custody Tips During COVID Times

    We are hearing from a lot of you during this very stressful time. Here are some quick tips related to sharing custody of children during COVID19. Model Good Behavior . The number one thing we can all ...

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  • How to File an Adult Order of Protection in Missouri
    How to File an Adult Order of Protection in Missouri

    If you have been physically assaulted, emotionally abused, or you don’t feel safe because of threats of physical or emotional abuse or stalking you can file an adult order of protection. It’s free. ...

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  • Denying Access in the Time of the COVID-19
    Denying Access in the Time of the COVID-19

    We are receiving a lot of questions right now about whether custody exchanges have to take place given that schools have closed, employees are being told to work from home, and that we’re all hearing ...

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  • How to File a Child Order of Protection in Missouri
    How to File a Child Order of Protection in Missouri

    If your child has been physically or emotionally abused, most often by a stepparent or significant other then you should consider filing a child order of protection on behalf of the child. This will ...

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