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Relocating with your kids

Your main goal following your divorce in Lee's Summit is likely to move on to the next chapter of your life. Of course, that can often be difficult when surrounded by reminders of your prior one. For this reason, many in your same position come to us here at Kelly, Symonds & Reed LLC wanting to know what obstacles they may encounter if they choose to move away with their children. If you have been contemplating a relocation, then you will want to know what processes need to be followed in order to avoid the potential troubles that can come from an unauthorized move. 

What types of matters can you address in a parenting plan?

Navigating your way through a Missouri divorce takes strength and patience, and rarely does the process prove easy. While learning to live without someone who used to sleep by your side involves some readjusting of your life and priorities, so, too, does learning to live with your children in your own home only part of the time. It is virtually inevitable that you and your former spouse will butt heads from time to time when it comes to co-parenting your shared children. However, you may be able to set guidelines that help you both adjust to your new living arrangements by creating what is known as a parenting plan.

How can you establish paternity in Missouri?

If you are an unmarried Missouri parent and you believe you either fathered a child, or that a certain man fathered your child, you may have reason to want to determine paternity. Maybe you believe you are a father, but the mother of the child in question disputes your claim, or maybe you know a certain man fathered your child and you want him to pay child support, but he refuses. Regardless of your reasoning for wanting to determine paternity, the process involved in doing so remains similar.

How to manage spring break parenting time disputes

Spring break is just around the corner. And if you are planning a getaway with the kids, your checklist should be sharp and thorough. Indeed, hotel or Airbnb reservations should be made, packing should coincide with the weather forecast, and you should make sure that there are no delays or other issues that would lead to your vacation being derailed.

Can I get child custody in Missouri if I serve in the military?

If you’re going through a divorce, you’re probably already in a stressful situation. If you and your ex have children together, the question of child custody adds an additional element of concern. If you serve in the military on top of that, you may be anxious that your likelihood of deployment or reassignment to another state could put you at risk of losing custody of your kids.

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