Whether someone is worried about the outcome of a child custody dispute or is unsure of how their marital property will be divvied up, splitting up with a spouse can be tough in many different ways. However, those who have made the decision to file for divorce shortly before or right after retiring may face additional challenges. Our law firm also realizes that some people may be caught off-guard after their spouse decides to call off the marriage right around the time of their retirement. If you are facing these hurdles, you should review your rights and take steps to protect your future.
There are many different problems that people come across with regard to family law. Whether you are struggling because of a child custody dispute, are having trouble paying child support, or are stressed out about the idea of divorce and are unsure of how it will affect your family, family law can make life challenging. Our law firm knows how vital it is to work through these matters correctly and it can be very beneficial for you to find ways to relieve stress. Sometimes, people are able to regain a fresher focus and temporarily set aside some of their worries by traveling, while others may be afraid that legal issues related to family law will interrupt their vacation.
When a couple works through the divorce process, they may run into any number of problems, from disagreements over who will have custody of the children to the way marital property is split up. However, each divorce is unique and some couples face hurdles that are less common, such as allegations that a prenuptial agreement is invalid. If you believe that you signed an unfair prenup, or if your marital partner is wrongly claiming that your prenuptial agreement is unfair or invalid, Stange Law Firm knows how vital it is to work through this matter properly.
With regard to divorce and all other family law issues (child support, custody, property division, etc.), working through the process can be challenging for everyone involved, without regard to their gender. However, there are certain times when divorce can be particularly hard for women in Jackson County, or another Missouri region. Whether you are worried about the way in which divorce will affect your spouse or you are a woman who is preparing to split up with your marital partner, Stange Law Firm knows how helpful it may be to closely review all of the details of your situation.
Missouri parents who are getting divorced, are already be divorced or who might have never married their child's other parent may need to understand their options for making child support payments. Regardless of a person's marital or financial situation, finding ways to incorporate this expense into a monthly budget can be difficult at times. One option that people could consider is leveraging their 401K account funds.
As a parent, you may have a number of concerns as school season approaches. Perhaps you are trying to buy clothes and school supplies, or maybe your child is experiencing anxiety about returning to school. At Stange Law Firm, we know how Missouri families become stressed out over divorce. However, if you and your spouse are talking about ending your marriage around the time when your child will be heading back to school, it is particularly important for you to ensure that you take the right steps to make the transition less challenging during this time of year.
If you are just considering filing a divorce petition, have already been granted a divorce, or are in the middle of the process, you may have to work through different types of divorce-related legal issues. From child support to custody and alimony, it is pivotal that you are aware of your responsivities and handle these matters appropriately. Moreover, you should recognize other ways that divorce can affect you. For example, your taxes may be impacted by splitting up with your spouse in different ways.
If 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.
There 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.
In 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.