9.7Susan M. Hais


How to Avoid “Parentification”

Missouri courts favor co-parenting, so you may find yourself drawing up a co-parenting plan with your soon-to-be-former spouse regardless of what your relationship is. If your relationship is reasonably solid, drawing up a co-parenting plan may be easy. If the...

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What to Do When a Child Complains About Your Ex

If you are in a co-parenting situation where things are occasionally tense with your ex, hearing your child complain about their father or mother seems kind of like the dream. It means they prefer you and it is the perfect opportunity to get the leg up on your ex,...

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3 Reasons Not to Represent Yourself in Family Law Court

Family Law proceedings can be difficult to endure alone, and representing yourself pro se will almost certainly result in frustration and confusion. Regardless of how confident and prepared you might think you are before appearing in court, there will still likely be...

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Changing Your Name After Divorce

After a divorce, people sometimes want to change their names. Some women, for example, might want to change their names back to what they were before. Some men, especially if they have adopted a different name upon marriage (say, a hyphenated name between their wife's...

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