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End Distracted Driving

As trial lawyers helping families through various tragedies, and typically those involving car wrecks, we routinely see the devastation left behind when someone makes the decision to drive distracted. Distractions abound: texting; finding the perfect song; eating; putting on make-up – can all lead to horrific consequences. I am a parent of a driving teenage son and...

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The Terms of my Settlement Agreement are too Tough! (Probation Violation Hearings and what to Expect).

So maybe you’re a registered nurse, or a pharmacist, psychologist, or another licensed medical professional, and you’ve entered into a settlement agreement with your professional Board or State Committee. Maybe your settlement agreement is the result of substance abuse (alcohol or drug dependency). If so, it likely came with onerous drug testing requirements, including the...

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Call & Gentry Law Group Stands with Our Children – Supporting Missouri KidsFirst

Some principles are just so fundamentally true that they cannot be disputed.  One of those:  Every child deserves to grow up feeling safe and loved.  Call & Gentry Law Group is proud to serve as a sponsor for the Missouri KidsFirst Standing With Children Luncheon, which will be held on April 29, 2019 at the Millbottom Event...

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Medical Marijuana in Missouri – What You Need to Know

On November 6, 2018, nearly two-thirds of eligible Missourians voted in favor of Amendment 2, legalizing marijuana for those suffering from certain medical conditions within the state. More specifically, Amendment 2 “permits state licensed physicians to recommend marijuana for medical purposes to patients with serious illnesses and medical conditions,” while keeping in place “current civil...

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If My Spouse Divorces Me, Will I Have the Money to Survive?

Under Missouri law, in a divorce, you might be entitled to a monthly payment from your ex-spouse known as maintenance and formally known as alimony. The trial court can award maintenance if it first determines that the individual seeking maintenance “lacks sufficient property, including marital property apportioned to him, to provide for his reasonable need”...

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