ST LOUIS DIVORCE AND MEDIATION
What is a Wife Entitled to in a Divorce in Missouri?
Posted Jun 15 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Divorce with 0 Comments
When it comes to a Missouri divorce, a wife does not have special property rights compared to their spouse. Under the law, there is no priority for wives over husbands when it comes to things like property division or spousal support. Every case is different, and each divorce is considered on its merits. For that […]
A St. Louis Divorce Lawyer Answers: What is a Custodial Parent?
Posted Jun 01 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Child Custody with 0 Comments
According to the St. Louis Divorce Lawyer, The term custodial parent is used to describe the parent a minor child lives with when the parents are unmarried or separated. While there are different types of custody under state law, this term is typically used for the parent that has sole or primary physical custody over […]
A St. Louis Divorce lawyers Advice and Considerations
Posted May 15 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Divorce with 0 Comments
Divorcing in St. Louis can be a long, time-consuming process. There are countless steps that you must complete after filing the petition for divorce, and each of these steps can take time. However, the steps before you ever file your petition are also important. You have a lot to consider regarding a potential divorce before […]
Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring a St. Louis Divorce Lawyer
Posted May 01 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Hire A Lawyer with 0 Comments
Divorce is never easy. Whether you are facing the dissolution of your marriage for the first time or you have gone through this process before, there are a lot of factors to consider when divorcing in St. Louis. A St. Louis Divorce Lawyer could answer your questions and provide you with guidance through every stage […]
A Child Custody Lawyer Answers: Who Has Legal Custody of a Child when the Parents Are Not Married in St. Louis?
Posted Apr 15 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Child Custody with 0 Comments
Under state law, the mother of a child born to unmarried parents is automatically given sole custody. However, there are numerous ways in which a father can establish his paternal rights with the help of a child custody lawyer. Whether or not this process is simple or complex depends on if the parents are on […]
A St. Louis Divorce Lawyer Answers: How Long do you Have to be Separated to Get a Divorce
Posted Apr 01 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Divorce with 0 Comments
According to state law, there is no formal requirement that a married couple lives apart for a specific amount of time prior to their divorce. While some states require mandatory separation before the divorce becomes an option, that is not the case in St. Louis. While you might not face separation requirements, there are other necessary […]
What Happens If You Don’t Pay Child Support in Missouri?
Posted Mar 15 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Child Support with 0 Comments
According to Missouri law, the financial owed from a parent to a child is not negotiable. When a court issues a child support order, parents are expected to make every effort to comply. While there are exceptions that could allow for late payments or even changes to the order itself, many judges will aggressively pursue […]
Who Gets the House in a Missouri Divorce?
Posted Mar 01 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Divorce with 0 Comments
There is no simple answer regarding which party will receive the marital home in a Missouri divorce. There are many factors that go into the decision, including whether or not the home is considered marital property at all. In addition to real property, the court is also tasked with dividing personal property as well. Property […]
Is it Better to Request a Trial for Custody / Child Support in St. Louis?
Posted Feb 14 2022 by J. Rench Law Firm in Child Support with 0 Comments
Unsure if you are best served by requesting a trial in your St. Louis custody or child support case? There is no easy answer that applies to everyone. Trials are often necessary, but they can be challenging, costly, and time-consuming. When possible, it is typically better to work toward a resolution that both parties can […]
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