Considering relocating after or during divorce with kids? Learn legal steps, custody impacts, and get expert advice from a family law attorney.
Our family law blog is here to help inform you on a variety of topics. At Bruce Galloway Ozark MO, our divorce blog will help keep you informed and prepared for any obstacle that may come your way! Click on any of the posts below to read more.
Uncover the complexities of pet custody in divorce cases with Bruce Galloway Law. Learn the factors influencing decisions that determine who gets the dog.
Are mothers guaranteed custody during divorce proceedings? We explore child custody laws and parental rights in this latest article fro, Bruce Galloway Law.
Discover the essential considerations when dating before a divorce is final. Learn about state regulations, conflict avoidance, and children's involvement.
Divorce is a multi-faceted subject. Here are some steps you can take if your spouse refuses to sign divorce papers.
The question of child custody is a common one in and after divorce with many qualifying factors that we explore.
The holidays can be a struggle even during the best of times. If you’re newly divorced, separated, or feel you’re heading in that direction, there are some things to keep in mind.
Bruce Galloway Law Offices are constantly approached by clients who tried to DIY their divorce and ended up spending a lot more to undo mistakes than they would have if they had come to us first. Divorce is stressful enough without worrying about forms. Let us handle that part as you focus on building the sort of life you want for yourself and your children once the divorce is final.
When possible, an uncontested divorce is the best option for all parties involved, especially children. See what changes when there are kids to consider.
Divorce can be an ugly and prolonged legal battle. It can also be straightforward and uncomplicated, making what is already a stressful ordeal as streamlined as possible for all parties. This is the difference between a contested and an uncontested divorce.
Health Insurance After Divorce: Your Options In a perfect world, your soon-to-be ex will help you pay your healthcare premiums for a while after your divorce, so you'll still be covered. If that's not included in the settlement, though, you'll be out of luck, because the company will drop you...
Be trusting. Think Purposefully. Act wisely. You have been presented with a proposed prenuptial agreement (also known as an antenuptial agreement). That means that your partner loves you, but also wants a plan should the marriage fail. Although you may be put off by the request for a prenup, co...