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 Virtual Coffee Break

Your place on the web to read and learn more about a variety of legal topics from the comfort of your own office chair.  And we’ve kept each topic concise enough that it can be covered in the time it takes to break for coffee!

Parenting Plan for Parents Who Cannot Co-Parent

I got this form Parenting Plan from a colleague many years ago for use in extreme cases where the parents are completely unable to co-parent and instead have the act in parallel. It provides the excruciating level of detail required in these extreme cases. It is not...

WHERE CAN YOU FILE FOR DIVORCE IN MISSOURI

I read an interesting blog post earlier this week posted by a colleague whom I hold in high regard, although I disagree with her on this point. She answered the above question by saying, in part, that the dissolution of marriage action or divorce must be filed in the...

WHAT IS A DEPOSITION ANYWAY?

In Missouri, a deposition is an event where one person appears virtually or live, swears an oath (or recites an affirmation) to tell the truth and is asked questions by an attorney. The questions by the attorney and the answers by the witness (or deponent) are...

DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE BEFORE THE DIVORCE

A case was recently handed down by the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District (where St. Louis County and surrounding counties are located) that serves to remind us all that the time to make certain that you know the balances on your credit cards is before the...

Grandparents and child support

  Especially in these troubled times, grandparents often contribute to the support of their grandchildren: subsidizing or paying outright for their education or extracurricular activities or providing for such amenities as vacation or club memberships. The...

Parenting Plan for Parents Who Cannot Co-Parent

I got this form Parenting Plan from a colleague many years ago for use in extreme cases where the parents are completely unable to co-parent and instead have the act in parallel. It provides the excruciating level of detail required in these extreme cases. It is not...

read more

WHERE CAN YOU FILE FOR DIVORCE IN MISSOURI

I read an interesting blog post earlier this week posted by a colleague whom I hold in high regard, although I disagree with her on this point. She answered the above question by saying, in part, that the dissolution of marriage action or divorce must be filed in the...

read more

WHAT IS A DEPOSITION ANYWAY?

In Missouri, a deposition is an event where one person appears virtually or live, swears an oath (or recites an affirmation) to tell the truth and is asked questions by an attorney. The questions by the attorney and the answers by the witness (or deponent) are...

read more

DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE BEFORE THE DIVORCE

A case was recently handed down by the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District (where St. Louis County and surrounding counties are located) that serves to remind us all that the time to make certain that you know the balances on your credit cards is before the...

read more

Grandparents and child support

  Especially in these troubled times, grandparents often contribute to the support of their grandchildren: subsidizing or paying outright for their education or extracurricular activities or providing for such amenities as vacation or club memberships. The...

read more