While it can occasionally happen, divorce doesn't just come out of nowhere. Sometimes you can just sit back and watch your marriage crumble. When that happens, it is unlikely you will stay together if you are no longer in love, especially in this day and age when...read more
If you are getting a divorce and child custody is being decided, the courts will always act in the best interests of a child. However, parents should know that children also have the right to express a preference as well. However, while Missouri doesn't specify an age...read more
After a divorce and beginning a new co-parenting schedule, you will soon realize that everything is a little more complicated. Even the act of calling your child can become an affair with anxiety. As a co-parent should you call your child while they are with the other...read more
Due to various privacy concerns, many people have taken to deleting their social media accounts. However, privacy is also a primary concern in divorce, too. As such, you may consider deleting your Facebook or Twitter account to try and protect yourself against a...read more
Transitioning to a co-parenting plan is difficult for everyone involved. However, one of the biggest problems that can present itself during this time is tardiness. Whether it is meaningful or subconscious, being late to a drop off or pick up strain a co-parenting...read more
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