Blog Posts in 2016

  • Millennials Delay Marriage and Children

    || 14-Jun-2016

    According to a survey conducted by Gallup, data reveals millennials are in no rush to tie the knot. In fact, millennials have broken the previous demographic patterns of Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Traditionalists and currently hold the highest percentage of people listed as currently single/never married (59%) for their age group (18-36). Previously, only 16% of Generation Xers in that age ...
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  • New Bill Allows for PDLs during a Motion to Modify

    || 12-May-2016

    A new bill pending now proposes the allowance for a PDL when a parent files a motion to modify divorce arrangements. Currently in the state of Missouri, when you file a motion to modify due to a change in circumstance, you don’t have the ability to start a PDL. A PDL is a temporary agreement both parties come to while they await the finalization of their court case. During a divorce case, ...
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    || 7-Apr-2016

    Resolve your family law issues with the help of a seasoned legal advocate from Pedano, O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller, LLC. Providing personalized representation to each and every client that walks through their doors, their St. Charles County firm has built a strong reputation on their commitment to client satisfaction. You’ll find affordable legal fees, compassionate counsel, and ...
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  • Pedano, O'Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller welcome Samantha Jones to the Firm

    || 9-Mar-2016

    Pedano, O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller, LLC are proud to welcome Samantha Jones to the firm as a law clerk. Sammie is a St. Louis native and a graduate of Whitfield School. She also graduated summa cum laude from Maryville University, earning her B.F.A. in communication concentrating in Strategic Communication and Public Relations, and was awarded the Portfolio of Distinction Award and ...
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  • How is Child Custody Determined?

    || 24-Feb-2016

    How a child custody case will play out consistently revolves around what the court determines to be in the best interests of the child, without giving preference to either parent ahead of time. If you are considering filing for custody of your child in Missouri, you need to familiarize yourself with how the state handles such issues. What exactly falls within the best interests of the child is ...
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