Posts By: Mat Camp

Personal Injury

Your Personal Injury Case Can’t Wait Forever: Personal Injury Matters Have Statutes of Limitations

by Mat Camp • July 30, 2021

If you’ve been injured by someone else’s negligence in a fall or a car accident, for example, you may well have incurred significant medical expenses, lost wages for a period of time, or even have permanent disabilities that will affect you for the rest of your life. In many cases the negligent party’s insurance company […]

legal separation

What You Need To Know About Legal Separation In Missouri

by Mat Camp • July 29, 2021

While divorce in the U.S. was once rare and carried a negative stigma, it has become increasingly common. From 1960 to 1980 the U.S. divorce rate more than doubled, going from 9.2 divorces per 1,000 women to 22.6 per 1,000 women. This was likely due in part to cultural and societal changes in the U.S., […]

violent crime

Three Things You Must Remember When Charged With A Violent Crime

by Mat Camp • June 24, 2021

No one plans to be charged with a violent crime. But situations can arise, emotions run high, tempers flare and people can act out of character. A dispute can result in violence, and the line between aggressive behavior and self-defense can be blurred. In other instances, mistaken identity can lead to charges that later may […]

child custody

Which Aspects Of A Divorce Affect Child Custody In Missouri?

by Mat Camp • June 3, 2021

Divorce is tragic, especially when children are involved. Their lives are upended, they often face undue stress, find themselves in the middle between parents who are at odds and deal with constant uncertainty. For many children, questions like “Where will I live?”, “Where will I go to school?”, “Will I get to see both of […]

custody orders

Your Ex Won’t Follow Custody Orders; Now What?

by Mat Camp • May 24, 2021

Divorce, like many stressful life events, can bring out the best in some people and the worst in others. Some divorcing couples rise to the occasion, put aside their differences and commit to moving forward in the most productive way possible. This is especially important when children are involved. But in too many cases, one […]

Pulled Over

What To Do If You’re Pulled Over After Drinking in Missouri

by Mat Camp • May 10, 2021

It is not uncommon for people to have a drink after work or over a dinner in a restaurant. And on occasion, some of these people are stopped by police either for a traffic infraction or suspicion the driver was impaired. If this happens to you, you’ll almost certainly be stressed, somewhat confused and uncertain […]

business owners

Business Owners Facing Divorce: What You Need To Know

by Mat Camp • April 26, 2021

Divorce brings so much uncertainty to everyone involved. What will happen to the children? Who gets the house? Who gets the dog? And in some cases, what will happen to our business? While determining the answers to each of these questions can be challenging and unique for each case, the fate of a business owned […]

DWI Expungement

DWI Expungement: Missouri Offers A Second Chance To DUI Offenders

by Mat Camp • April 14, 2021

Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) continues to be a serious issue in the United States. While organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) along with state and local governments have campaigned for decades to raise awareness of the problem, roughly 1.5 million Americans are arrested and charged with DUI […]

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Circumstances Change & So Can Your Missouri Custody Plan

by Mat Camp • January 27, 2021

The pandemic has brought tragedy and economic upheaval to most of the world. The U.S. has seen nothing comparable in decades – seemingly overnight, the U.S. economy went from boom to bust. Record low unemployment of 3.8% in February reached 13.0% in May as 14.3 million Americans lost their jobs due to widespread shutdowns meant […]

Missouri DWI

Avoiding A Missouri DWI / DUI This Holiday Season

by Mat Camp • December 17, 2020

The simple answer to avoiding a Missouri DWI or DUI this holiday season is to not drink alcohol at parties and family gatherings, but life is not simple. Maybe you drank way more than you thought at your work party or you decided you weren’t going to drink and then, whoops – you’re now six […]