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Reducing the impact of divorce during the 4th of July

30426115_S.jpgIf separating from your spouse has become necessary, various issues that you may have to address can be even more complicated during Independence Day and other holidays. At Stange Law Firm, our Missouri firm recognizes the different ways that family law matters can be even more challenging during the Fourth of July and on other U.S. holidays. Whether you have kids or are worried about questions that you may be asked from some of your relatives, it is essential to be prepared for any hurdles that may arise.

Divorce and domestic violence

30141534_S.jpgThere are a wide variety of reasons why couples decide that it is time to part ways, from infidelity to the simple fact that they are incompatible with each other. However, in Jackson County, and in all of Missouri's communities, some couples split up as a result of domestic violence. At Stange Law Firm, we are very familiar with the multitude of ways this can affect victims, those falsely accused of domestic violence, and children.

Infidelity, divorce and emotions

37920142_S.jpgIn last week's post, we looked at some of the divorce-related issues that may arise for those with post-traumatic stress disorder. However, at Stange Law Firm, we know that people often encounter other hurdles when working through the divorce process, such as strong emotions resulting from infidelity. In Jackson County, and in other counties through Missouri, you should try to work your way through divorce as efficiently as possible.

Are people with PTSD more likely to divorce?

44838961_S.jpgWith regard to divorce, numerous issues may need to be taken into consideration. For example, if you have a high net worth, or if you and your spouse have children, your divorce may be very different from someone who has a low income or does not have any children. In Jackson County, Missouri, there are other matters, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, that may have an impact on your or your marital partner if you decide to file for divorce.

Can immigrants who are abused file for divorce?

10783408_S.jpgWhen it comes to ending a marriage, there are many different issues which may come to mind, from child support and custody to alimony and relocating with a child. In Jackson County, Missouri, and in other parts of the U.S., some people may have a particularly difficult time dealing with divorce, such as those who immigrated to the country and have been subjected to domestic violence at the hands of their spouse.

What are some requirements for parental relocation?

20366506_S.jpgAs a parent, you may have come to the conclusion that relocation is necessary, whether you need to move for work or another important reason. If you are a custodial parent who lives in Missouri and has recently been through a divorce, it is vital to make sure that you understand what is required of you prior to your relocation.

Property division and your prenup

48137484_S.jpgWhen it comes to premarital agreements, you may have to consider a number of factors. For example, you may be thinking about talking to your fiancé about a prenuptial agreement. Or, perhaps you are already working through a divorce and are unsure of how your prenuptial agreement will affect your circumstances. At Stange Law Firm, PC, we can understand how stressful family law topics involving a prenup can be for people in Jackson County, and all throughout Missouri.

Reviewing some of the benefits of establishing paternity

63353619_S.jpgWhen it comes to legal issues involving families, there are numerous issues that may affect parents and their children, such as child support and custody matters. In Jackson County, Missouri, couples who are not married may have additional hurdles to work through when they decide to split up. For example, they may wish to establish paternity for various reasons. For fathers and mothers, it is essential to understand why paternity establishment is important and recognize some of the different ways that legal fatherhood can benefit an entire family.

What is legal separation?

48979056_S.jpgIf you and your marital partner are thinking about splitting up, you may have an array of options to choose from. For example, you may be able to work together and move forward with the collaborative process, or you may have to head to court and endure bitter disputes over family issues such as child support and custody. Sometimes, legal separation is an option for couples in Jackson County, and all across Missouri. However, it is vital to understand what legal separation entails and how it differs from a regular divorce.

How can I make the divorce process easier for my children?

7861508_M (1).jpgOn this blog, we have covered a wide variety of divorce topics, such as child support, custody and other matters. In Jackson County, and the rest of Missouri, these issues can be especially troubling for children. If you have children and are concerned about how your divorce may affect their life, it could be beneficial to review strategies to simplify the entire process and reduce the potential impact splitting up with your spouse may have.

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