Divorce in Missouri: The Ultimate Guide to A Show-Me State Divorce

Divorce in Missouri: The Ultimate Guide to A Show-Me State Divorce

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This is the original Divorce in Missouri that has received state-wide praise from judges, lawyers, clients and the Missouri Bar Magazine. Now completely updated with all the latest information. Don t be fooled by a book that copied the Divorce in Missouri title, but does not come close to delivering the quality of detailed, user friendly information that has made the original Divorce in Missouri so popular and respected by everyone. This easy to read and understand book explains the divorce laws of the Show-Me State and suggests strategies that can result in a successful settlement. It now includes information on how divorce can affect non-US citizen permanent residents. This is not a book that generally covers divorce for all 50 states. It gives clear and detailed information only about the things a Missourian considering a divorce needs to know. Every page is focused just on the laws, processes and likely judgments by a Missouri court if a settlement cannot be reached. Table of Contents Introduction Authors' Note Chapters: 1. Grounds for Divorce, 2. Missouri's Divorce Process, 3. Finding and Using a Lawyer, 4. Mediation, 5. Collaborative Divorce, 6. Legal and Physical Custody, 7. Child Support, 8. The Status of Children, 9. Grandparental Rights, 10. Maintenance, 11. Property Distribution, 12. Property Issues, and Considerations, 13. Determining Income, 14. Divorce Strategies and Issues, 15. The Perils of Living Together, Appendix: Summary of Missouri's Divorce Process, Diagram of Missouri's Process, Things to Bring to Your Lawyer, Things to Do After Your Divorce, Telephone, Computer, Social Media, Divorce Issues for Non-US Citizens, Index, Meet the Authors.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151489959
Publisher: Acorn House
Publication date: 01/01/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 258
Sales rank: 885,360
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Alan Freed and Alisse Camazine have over 60 years of combined experience practicing family law in the St. Louis area, focusing on complex divorce, child custody and property litigation issues. They are both listed in “The Best Lawyers in America” for family law, Missouri-Kansas Super Lawyers and are Fellows of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Alan has worked as an adjunct professor at the Washington University School of Law, and authored “Appellate Practice,” Second Edition, (with Daniel P. Card II), in the “Missouri Practice” series and “Mediation and Other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution,” in the “Missouri Bar Continuing Legal Education” series. He is a founding board member of the Collaborative Family Law Association and frequently speaks in the US and internationally on topics related to alternative dispute resolution, as well as other family law topics.

Alisse, in 2007, was voted Missouri’s best divorce attorney in a poll conducted by “Missouri Lawyers’ Weekly.” She received the Women’s Justice Award for trial practice from “Lawyers Media” in 2009. In 2010, she was selected as “Lawyer of the Year—Family Law” by “Best Lawyers.” She is annually included in the list of “St. Louis’ Top Fifty Lawyers.”

Alisse lectures regularly on a wide range of family law topics for The Missouri Bar, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the University of Missouri, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, and the St. Louis County Bar Association. She has co-authored many articles for legal journals and continuing legal education programs and is a past president of the St. Louis County Bar Association.

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