Following divorce, Missouri parents often have to make arrangements to meet their former spouses so their children can switch houses. Child custody exchanges are a typical part of post divorce life for many families. Not so typical, but also not all that uncommon, are contentious situations that arise during such exchanges.
Many Missouri parents wind up back in court after divorce when disagreements arise pertaining to their children. In addition to visitation and support matters, it often occurs that one or the other parent will seek permission for child relocation to another state. Because such plans may bear significant impact on everyone involved (not just the parent planning to move) the court has the final say as to whether such a move can take place.
So, the moment you've dreamed of your whole life has finally arrived. You met the person with whom you want to spend the rest of your life and are planning to get married! Of late, you've been scouring catalogs, making guest lists and discussing all sorts of plans together, including whether to sign a prenuptial agreement. Many Missouri couples have done so in the past, citing various benefits to the process.
Robin Thicke, son of now deceased actor, Alan Thicke, has been engaged in an angry child custody battle over his son, Julian. The child's mother, Paula Patton, has managed to secure a restraining order against Thicke, thus placing his custody rights on hold for the time being. Their next scheduled court date is set for the end of this month in a court outside Missouri.