Category Archives: Child Custody
Is A 50:50 Shared Custody Agreement The Best Situation?
Back in the ‘70’s when couples divorced it was a pretty sure thing that Mom would get full custody of the kids and Dad would pay child support. Nowadays, a lot has changed. The impact of a father on his children is now recognized, along with his rights and responsibilities. It is often in… Read More »
Can I Get Custody Of My Child If I’m Not Married To The Mother?
Marriage and childbirth don’t always occur in that order. For some couples, marriage is simply not a consideration at all. In these circumstances, what rights do parents have with regard to their children in the event the adult relationship comes to an end? Is custody even an option in such cases? The answer is… Read More »
What Can You Do If You Lose Custody In Missouri?
Custody matters in Missouri generally lean toward awarding joint custody in a divorce, with the underlying belief being that a child is best served by having frequent and easy access to both parents. Even so, parents are sometimes unable to come to agreements related to a parenting plan, leaving the court to select one… Read More »