What to Know About Re-Marrying an Ex-Spouse

Although it is particularly rare, there are several cases in which two parties divorce, and then somewhere later down the line decide to give it another shot and remarry. When it comes to re-marrying a spouse you already divorced, it is possible, but the odds will be...

Should You Get a Collaborative Divorce?

While most people want to get divorced so they can get on, others spend months (and even years) fighting in courtrooms. There are new ways to get divorced and one way is called a collaborative divorce. What this means is that both parties are willing to work with...

Popular Divorce Terms: Discovery

Discovery is the process through which parties of a legal procedure obtain evidence about each other. In Missouri, discovery can include written or oral depositions, requests for production of documents, requests for permission to enter a property for examination,...

The Requirements for Filing a Joint Petition

Not all divorces need to be messy. Sometimes a married couple realizes that they are two different people and their marriage just isn’t working for either of them. The easiest way to divorce is to file a dissolution summary, but those are for people without kids or...

Order of Protection

A victim of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault can ask for an order of protection. A victim can ask for protection from abuser to prevent further abuse of threats of abuse or violence including sexual assault and stalking. Orders of protection can be...