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  • Why the Judge Doesn’t Want to Hear About School Ratings in Your Relocation Case
    Why the Judge Doesn’t Want to Hear About School Ratings in Your Relocation Case

    We have been involved in numerous custody cases in Missouri where one parent is requesting permission to relocate. The parent requesting to relocate always cites one of their reasons as better school ...

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  • Child Custody and Medical Marijuana Cards
    Child Custody and Medical Marijuana Cards

    Many of you have been proud of your medical marijuana card when you come into the office to consult about child custody. Yes, I realize it’s now legal for you to smoke marijuana and you have a medical ...

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  • Which Co-Parenting App Should I Use in Missouri?
    Which Co-Parenting App Should I Use in Missouri?

    There are now many co-parenting apps available to parents in Missouri. Here is a brief overview and our recommendations: Google or Outlook Calendar . This is the most basic shared calendar system that ...

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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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  • 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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  • Attachment Disorder and Custody of Children
    Attachment Disorder and Custody of Children

    Psychologists have routinely held that babies who are old enough to show love are old enough to grieve the loss of a parent. Common signs of grief in infants include crying more than usual, sleeping ...

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