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Missouri Divorce Laws, Attorneys & Family Laws

According to an estimate the divorce rate of Missouri is 4.3% per 1,000 of the total population of the state.

In Missouri a spouse can bring a petition to the court on both no-fault and fault divorce grounds when seeking a divorce. The judge shall not proceed with any declaration in decision and would dismiss the case if no evidence and justifiable ground is shown.

Annulment in this state is difficult to prove and thus rarely happens. Annulment is considered not an option by most of the people, because their marriage is considered null and void. Whereas divorce is the preferred alternative in which certain awards are possible to attain.

A qualified lawyer is a best guide, obtaining whose assistance can guide you to the right channel. For professional information regarding divorce and annulment, consult a divorce attorney or divorce lawyer in your state.


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