Can Child Support & Alimony Payments Be Reduced Due to Coronavirus Job Loss?

Millions of Americans find themselves unemployed due to the coronavirus pandemic and shut-down orders affecting non-essential businesses. Many court-ordered child support and alimony payments likely have been impacted as a result, at least temporarily. What can payors and payees do to deal with the present circumstances? Existing court orders remain in effect unless a judge…

Tax Filing Deadlines Extended

If you have not yet filed your tax returns for 2019, you are not alone — and now you have more time. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, people and businesses are being given more time to file tax returns. Here’s where things stand today: Federal: The IRS extended the April 15 tax filing deadline by…

Estate Planning During COVID-19

What are the basic estate planning documents to consider during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis? In addition to following CDC guidelines and the Stay at Home Orders issued throughout Missouri, there are estate planning documents you should consider in the event this health crisis impacts you or your family. Everyone should have a few basic documents…