At Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, we believe that our clients deserve a chance to form healthy, happy families through positive involvement with their children. However, some people with sex offenses on their records might need to carefully navigate complex issues in Missouri child custody law to have a chance at this ideal future.
Any sexual offense accusations you might face in Missouri have the potential to result in long-lasting consequences. You might find that a conviction of a sex crime could even persist to trouble you for your whole life. These kinds of convictions also tend to have an effect on civil procedure, a topic you may find discussed in more detail in a subsequent blog article on this site.
You hope it never happens, but unfortunately, the odds are that you will be in a car accident at some point in your lifetime. It occurs so frequently that there is no need to feel as though you're a bad person for having one. Most of us don't do anything to deliberately cause a crash.
We represent many injured construction workers here at Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, in Missouri. Consequently, we know as well as you do that when you work construction, you put your back at risk for injury each and every day. The nature of your job requires you to constantly lift, carry, move and otherwise deal with heavy equipment and materials, many of which are also bulky and unwieldy.
Now that Old Man Winter has hit Missouri with a vengeance, car accidents are up and power lines are down. This makes for a deadly combination that can result in your suffering catastrophic burns should you become involved in a fiery crash.
Millennials nowadays have a reputation for being lazy, entitled and unreliable, and while some of these claims are likely without much merit, there is one area in which it seems they have earned their bad reputation: on the road. Millennial drivers across Missouri and the rest of the country are so bad, in fact, that the vast majority of them admit to taking unnecessary risks behind the wheel. When they do so, however, they endanger themselves and everyone else who crosses their path.
When you have a child support arrangement in place in Missouri, a time may come when the party either paying or receiving support has reason to request a child support modification to change the amount paid or received. If the party paying the support objects to the requested change, the next step may involve having both of you attend a child support modification hearing. At Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, we have helped many clients both requesting and contesting child support modifications, and our broad knowledge of the system and process have helped many people facing similar circumstances pursue solutions that fit their needs.