Kansas City Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate attorney, Kelisen Molloy, handles various family law, probate and estate planning matters in Missouri. Those matters include dissolutions of marriage, paternity actions, custody actions, child support and visitation actions, modifications of previous judgments, and contempt actions. Kelisen is not only experienced in Missouri family law, but is also knowledgable in Missouri probate law and estate planning.
Our law firm offers effective representation to divorcing spouses in the Kansas City Missouri area. Divorce cases can range from uncontested to fully contested divorce litigation, including disputes regarding parenting time with children, child support, maintenance, misconduct, and property division— including real property, business interests, retirement plans, military pensions and benefits, and personal property.
Our law firm handles many uncontested divorce cases in the Kansas City, Missouri area. An uncontested divorce is a divorce where the husband and wife can keep their case “out of court” by agreeing to a complete resolution of all of the issues, without trial, through written settlement agreements. Sometimes the parties are able to reach agreements from the outset, and sometimes negotiation between the parties or their attorneys is required.
Actions for paternity are increasingly more common in today’s society, and they are a very important tool to unmarried parents, particularly fathers. Without marriage or a judicial declaration of paternity, a father’s parental rights are just short of non-existent. Not only will the action formally recognize a father’s relationship to a child, but the action can be combined with actions for custody and child support.
After the entry of a decree of dissolution of marriage (divorce), a custody order, or child support order, the need may arise for certain terms of those orders to be modified by the court. One party can ask the court to change the order, or the parties can enter into an agreement to modify. In Missouri, child custody, child support and spousal support orders can be modified if the Court is presented with proper evidence.
Our attorney works with many clients on estate planning and probate matters. Whether you need a simple will or a complex guardianship, we are here to plan with you. Protect your family and your assets. It is never too early to start planning.
Orders of Protection give victims protection from abusers. I can walk you through the filing process and represent you in hearings. I strive to get clients efficient results and will quickly respond to any messages.
A prenuptial agreement is a contract prepared by an attorney and entered into by two people before their marriage. Contrary to popular opinion, prenups are not only for the rich. They are a great way to avoid arguments in case of divorce, by specifying in advance how property will be divided.
Your divorce or support order can't help you if your former partner isnt complying. Failure of a party to comply with an order of the court can severe consequences, and the party wishing to enforce a decree has various methods in which to do so. Judgments for child support and maintenance are money judgments, and can be enforced through levy on property and garnishment of wages and bank accounts.
Changing family dynamics can be difficult to navigate. Our Attorney can help facilitate this transition and give tools to improve communication, helping avoid future conflicts. For the sake of the child, we can help clients put aside their personal issues and focus on coming to a peaceful resolution in their family law case.
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