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Rule 52.02(k) Guardian Ad Litem Suggestions

What happens when someone is physically or mentally infirm, does not have a guardian/conservator and is a party to a lawsuit? When someone does not have an attorney in litigation, he or she is held to the same standard as a licensed attorney. However, when a physical or mental infirmity exists, that may be impossible.  […]

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Missouri Divorce Attorney, Custody, Costs/Fees

Even though the powers that be in Missouri have undertaken steps to expedite the divorce process in Missouri, it is still a taxing ordeal. When there are minor, unemancipated children born of the parties/parents, a Court may be inclined to appoint a guardian ad litem to represent the child(ren)’s interests in the litigation. The appointment […]

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