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May 2014 Archives

Man kidnaps ex-girlfriend�s child to regain his property

9691826_S.jpgMoving in with your partner is a wonderful time, full of happiness and exciting new lifestyle changes. Unfortunately, not all relationships work out, and couples who once lived together happily might end up splitting, sometimes even violently. In these instances, it can often be difficult to discern property ownership, and even once ownership is identified, claiming assets from angry or hurt ex-lovers can be a difficult process. You may think that you are alone in this struggle, but you should know that you have legal options, and you don't need to resort to aggressive tactics to recover personal property.

Ohio case shows how the law can change

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for 17688049_S.jpgA most important aspect to remember about the law is that it is never set in stone. The law may dictate how the legal process handles topics ranging from divorce to burglary to copyrights, but these laws must be interpreted, and that interpretation can change. This is one of the main reasons that attorneys are so vital to the litigation process: they make it their business to stay up-to-date on the latest legal precedents all across the country.

�The View� co-host files for legal separation

18013695_L.jpgIt's never easy to end a marriage, but couples should not be afraid to admit that a relationship isn't working out. People change, and unforeseen circumstances can affect what was once a happy romance in any number of ways. Of course just because a marriage hits a bump in the road doesn't necessarily mean that an end is imminent. If you are experiencing troubles in your marriage, but don't want to believe that all hope or reconciliation is lost, a legal separation might be just what you need.

Father accused of abducting 2-year-old in child custody dispute

25751229_S (1).jpgAs many residents of Missouri will agree, families are rarely simple. As time goes on and a family shrinks and grows through births, deaths, marriages and divorces, the dynamic of the family unit can change dramatically. When disputes arise, they can rapidly become bitter and may need to be settled in a family court. Disagreements over children are one of the common causes of such disputes.

Domestic violence victims can find security from Missouri law

Thumbnail image for 23473967_S.jpgDomestic violence is one of the most horrific and terrifying issues that can arise in a relationship. It can undermine the fundamental feeling of safety and security in an individual's life. Victims of domestic violence don't feel safe in their own homes, and if there are children in the relationship, the violence can extend to the children as well. As frightening as domestic violence is, victims must find the courage to stop it before it is too late.

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