Getting Divorced | Division of Marital Assets & Debts

Getting Divorced | Division of Marital Assets & Debts

Today’s video is part 2 of my 3 part marriage series. We will talk about dividing marital assets and debts during a divorce as well as examples of trickier situations. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe for more episodes of Lawyer Up!
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Joshua Keith Roberts was born in Springfield, Missouri in September of 1973. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Socio-Political Communications from Southwest Missouri State University in 1995 and graduated summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA . He received his Juris Doctorate in 1998 from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Josh was admitted to the Missouri bar in 1998.

Early success allowed Josh to become a partner at the firm that is now known as Roberts & Easley, LLC after only two short years. Over the years he has had several judgments, verdicts and settlements of six and seven figures too numerous to mention herein. Josh is a published author having numerous articles printed in nationally selling magazines. Josh also serves his community where he is an elder, deacon and plays bass guitar in the praise team at his church. Josh has been a frequent guest on the radio program LawTalk and is an officer and director of his local bar association. Josh also serves on the local school board.

His current practice areas include personal injury, real estate, business planning and litigation, contract, civil litigation, civil rights cases and felony criminal defense. Josh spends most of his time in federal court these days.


  1. What legal obligations do you have if you have a baby with your girlfriend (not wife) but you 2 break up because she was unfaithful?

  2. I have been separated for 11 yrs, does the 50/50 still considered in this case? And assets acquired since separation are those included in the 50/50.

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