In the state of Missouri, it is required for spouses seeking a divorce to have lived in the state for 90 days. As a no-fault state, it is not necessary for the spouses to prove fault against one another, however adultery, extended separation or abandonment, or criminal activity can affect how the court decides the marriage should be terminated.
Whatever the reason for pursuing a divorce, our clients typically have several questions about the divorce process and want to know more about their rights and legal obligations before and after the divorce is finalized. At Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC, our St. Charles County divorce attorneys educate our clients on some of the legal issues raised by divorce as well as what a client can expect from the divorce proceedings in St. Louis and St. Charles County including the time frames, the procedure, and how much the entire process will cost.
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When someone is ready to terminate a marriage contract, he or she will need the assistance of a competent and experienced divorce lawyer from our family law firm. If a divorce cannot be settled through mediation, we are not afraid to take the case before a judge in order to look out for our client's best interests as the divorce is finalized.
We help our clients mediate the following issues involved in their divorce:
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