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Missouri professor helps fight domestic violence with app

25917421_S.jpgAny violent encounter can be distressing and traumatic. Sometimes, however, this violence can come from within a person's own home or from the people closest to them. It can be difficult to recognize or admit to the signs of domestic violence and even harder to break away from it. In an attempt to combat this, a nursing professor from the University of Missouri has joined a team of researchers working on an app to help people in violent relationships.

Man found guilty after fleeing country to avoid child support

10472317_S.jpgFor a parent, divorce is more than just moving away from a former spouse and dividing marital property. Parents have to consider family law matters such as child support and child custody. Violations of custody and support orders can not only jeopardize the well-being of children, but also result in the loss of a parent's rights and freedom.

Splitting up property in an equitable division state

19985629_S.jpgOne of the main concerns that legally separated couples have is how to divide their assets, properties and debts. In Missouri, while there are no separation requirements, a couple may decide to enter into a separation agreement. These agreements can address concerns related to child support and child custody, as well as how to divide assets.

Domestic violence laws in Missouri could strengthen

Thumbnail image for 14755097_S.jpgDomestic violence is a horrible thing to suffer through. In today's tough society, everyone should have at least one place where they can feel safe and secure, and that place for most people would be their home. However, some people are at even more danger in their homes than out in the world. For some people who are subjected to domestic violence, their home becomes a prison from which there is seemingly no escape.

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