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New Missouri Divorce, Marriage, Alimony Legal Questions & Answers

How do you go about getting a divorce if you both live in 2 different states?

You can file in either the state in which or you spouse legally resides. …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

I suspect that my soon to be ex-spouse is hiding money,how can I find out?

When you file for divorce, you are filing a legal case (lawsuit). In a …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

if live in MO and move to KS in KC area what is the process to file for divorce?

You can file for divorce in either the state in which or your spouse …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

Can a judge grant alimony if it's not asked for?

Yes, a judge in a divorce case has the equitable (essentially, "fairness-based") power to …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 years ago

name change

First, make sure that the divorce decree states you may change it back.  In …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 2 years ago