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Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: Ombligo
Date: July 16, 2022 07:37PM
State law in Missouri requires paternity to be settled for a divorce to be finalized. However, the child is required to be present to establish that paternity. The law cannot recognize the paternity of an unborn child. Since the state has outlawed abortion, the woman cannot get divorced until the child is born.


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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: anonymouse1
Date: July 16, 2022 09:22PM
There are a bunch of BS claims out that that people in MO can get divorced, it's just not finalized until after the birth.

That's BS--until the divorce is finalized, there is NO divorce.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/16/2022 11:03PM by anonymouse1.
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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: Blankity Blank
Date: July 17, 2022 12:31AM
Hope may very well remain.

There is an apparently well regarded pre birth maternity testing method.

Healthline
Noninvasive prenatal paternity (NIPP)
“… DNA testing can be completed as early as 9 weeks along. Technological advancements mean there’s little risk to mom or baby.…”

It involves taking a blood sample from the alleged father and the mother to conduct a fetal cell analysis. A genetic profile compares the fetal cells present in the mother's bloodstream to the alleged father's. The result is more than 99 percent accurate.




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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: JoeH
Date: July 17, 2022 01:26AM
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Blankity Blank
Hope may very well remain.

There is an apparently well regarded pre birth maternity testing method.

That raises the question of whether that testing is recognized by the courts in Missouri.
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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: RgrF
Date: July 17, 2022 01:30AM
Mention "fetal cell" to any American Taliban in any circumstance and wait for their for their understanding/cooperation, it wont be there.
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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: Speedy
Date: July 17, 2022 04:18AM
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JoeH
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Blankity Blank
Hope may very well remain.

There is an apparently well regarded pre birth maternity testing method.

That raises the question of whether that testing is recognized by the courts in Missouri.

Give it a hundred years, Missouri is sure to catch up.



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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: Blankity Blank
Date: July 17, 2022 05:52AM
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JoeH
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Blankity Blank
Hope may very well remain.

There is an apparently well regarded pre birth maternity testing method.

That raises the question of whether that testing is recognized by the courts in Missouri.

Exactly the reasoning behind my use of the words “hope”, “may”, and “apparently”, as sad as that is.



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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: vision63
Date: July 17, 2022 01:47PM
So, we're getting busy enough to have a baby but we're getting a divorce?
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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: Speedy
Date: July 17, 2022 03:26PM
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vision63
So, we're getting busy enough to have a baby but we're getting a divorce?

Spousal rape, although probably Mizzou doesn’t have such a thing/law.



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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: JoeH
Date: July 17, 2022 03:37PM
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Speedy
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vision63
So, we're getting busy enough to have a baby but we're getting a divorce?

Spousal rape, although probably Mizzou doesn’t have such a thing/law.

The exception for rape committed by spouses was removed from the laws of all states by the '90s. But some states treat it less seriously than rape outside a relationship. In theory at least Missouri is not one of those states that treat it separately. In practice it is up to police and district attorneys on whether to investigate and prosecute cases.

As for the comment about "getting busy enough", who knows what happens in the time between having sexual relations, and finding out they are pregnant 6-8 weeks later.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/17/2022 03:39PM by JoeH.
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Re: Pregnant woman can not get divorced in Missouri.
Posted by: samintx
Date: July 17, 2022 03:49PM
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Ombligo
State law in Missouri requires paternity to be settled for a divorce to be finalized. However, the child is required to be present to establish that paternity. The law cannot recognize the paternity of an unborn child. Since the state has outlawed abortion, the woman cannot get divorced until the child is born.


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I can’t believe fluid taken can’t establish parenthood.
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