Monthly Archives: June 2014
According to women, men are more likely to make frivolous purchases with the household’s income. According to men, women are more likely to make these purchases. There seems to be a trend of each spouse pointing fingers at the other. … Continue reading
According to men, they are the primary decision makers in regards to money and investments. According to women, both spouses are equal in making decisions about money and investments. Visit our website at www.Hoorfarlaw.com.
70 percent of married couples argue about money, ahead of fights about household chores, sex, snoring, and what’s for dinner. If you are thinking about or facing a divorce, contact our office at 816-524-4949. Visit our website at www.Hoorfarlaw.com.
There is currently no Missouri law that requires a parent with custody of a child to file a motion to relocate with the court. Instead, the parent only needs to file a notice of relocation and that notice can be … Continue reading
When a company is responsible for collecting sales tax and paying it to Missouri, the corporate officers can also be held responsible. If the officer had direct control, supervision, or responsibility for making the payments, or filed the tax returns, … Continue reading
A Missouri Court can impute income to a person to determine the appropriate level of child support that needs to be paid, even if that person is unemployed. When deciding the amount of child support to be paid, the court … Continue reading
A Missouri court has ruled in December 2013 that a person does not have a First Amendment right to send e-mails for the purpose of attempting to induce a child to engage in sex. This includes sending e-mails to tell … Continue reading
A sixty-one year old taxpayer was involved in IRS audit on July of 2008. While attending the audit, the taxpayer tripped on a fifteen foot telephone cord and badly hurt himself. The injuries resulted in severe pain and the need … Continue reading
When dealing with professionals in real estate, including construction or improvement workers, a person may be able to sue for fraudulent misrepresentation if all of the requirements are met. The basics of fraudulent misrepresentation are that a person makes an … Continue reading