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Why indifference can be your best friend during divorce

34842907_S.jpgIf you and your spouse have opted to divorce, you are likely anything but indifferent towards the divorce process itself and you are likely anything but indifferent towards your spouse. The very thought of your spouse likely inspires intense emotions that may include sadness, anger, frustration, guilt and/or longing. The idea that your spouse inspires strong emotions within you is completely understandable. However, it may benefit you to opt for indifference towards your spouse in a specific way during the divorce process.

Case highlights issue of sexual abuse, visitation rights, P.1

16498979_S.jpgGetting the most out of one's custody rights is important to many parents who find themselves at odds with a former partner over the issue of custody and visitation. As many readers know, just because one's relationship with one's partner falls apart, this does not mean the desire to be there for one's kids is diminished. Although it may be hard to understand, this is also true for those who have mistakes in their past and who have a history of abuse or domestic violence.

What factors do Missouri judges consider in child custody determinations?

15451962_S.jpgChild custody is among the most important issues a couple will deal with when terminating their relationship. The uncertainty of the outcome can be very trying. Unfortunately, the outcome of the process is not easy to determine in advance, because judges have a significant amount of discretion in making a decision.

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