Dividing property and assets can be difficult for most Missouri couples facing divorce. Even if you have a good idea of who owns what and how marital property should be divided, your spouse might not feel the same way. That’s why BankRate.com offers the following tips to couples, to ensure they enter into negotiations fully informed.
It’s up to both parents to cover expenses for rearing a child, whether that involves purchase of school supplies or seeing to medical needs. That’s why non-custodial parents in Missouri must pay child support as ordered by the court. Failure to do so can result in a number of serious consequences, as explained by TheBalance.com.
The financial aspects of a divorce can become complicated and rather confusing. If you are going through a divorce, you should get to know Missouri’s marital property laws to protect your rights.
For couples going through a divorce in Missouri, disclosure of all assets is required by law. However, it’s not uncommon for spouses to hide assets from each other in an attempt to come out the process a little better off. Forbes explains how assets are commonly hidden and how you can track them down during your divorce.
If you’re a father in Missouri and have concerns about paternity, you may be considering DNA testing. While this can be a tough decision to make, it’s crucial that you establish correct paternity for both your well-being as well as that of the child. You probably also have questions about the process, such as how long tests take and how they’re conducted. The Cleveland Clinic answers this and other questions so you can make the best decision for your future.