St. Charles, MO-It looks like Khloe Kardashian has been dragging her feet too long and if she doesn’t act quickly the court is going to dismiss her divorce case.

Khloe Kardashian filed for divorce from Lamar Odom in December of 2013, after a troubling video him obviously on drugs surface. It was the final straw for the reality star after months of cheating allegations and drug abuse.

But Odom first ignored the divorce petition and continues to ignore it because, according to Hollywood Life, he loves her too much to let her go. So, for over the past year and a half he has ignored the petition even though the couple sold the house they owned. TMZ reports the home sold for $5.5 million, but the money is just sitting there because their divorce is unsettled.

A source close to the Karsashians told TMZ that Khloe just doesn’t want to deal with the divorce, but, in reality, isn’t why you enlist a divorce law firm? So, they can handle the legal aspects. Surely, a couple of meetings with a divorce attorney could have settled Khloe’s divorce a long time ago.

TMZ reports that if Khloe doesn’t do something her divorce case will be dismissed by the end of April and she’ll remain married to Odom. Maybe she doesn’t really want to divorce Odom.

But if she does it is still possible though it can be complicated to settle a divorce without your spouse’s signature. With the right legal assistance, though, it can be a relatively painless process. Most courts will allow a divorce to proceed uncontested and settle issues of property division and child custody according to your original petitions.

Other couples don’t have the same issues as Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, and are absolutely certain they want a divorce.

If you live in Missouri and are filing for divorce there are some things you need to know to make the transition easier. For one, the state has residency requirement, meaning you have to live in the state at least 90 days before you file.

And you must be able to prove your marriage is irretrievably broken.  If your estranged spouse refuses to sign off on divorce papers or grant you a divorce, then you must be able to prove your marriage is broken and has become intolerable because of infidelity, abuse or abandonment. This can be difficult and requires someone with legal savvy.

Asset division and child custody are the hardest issues for a divorcing couple to conquer. The divorce attorneys and child custody attorneys at USAttorneys are capable of helping a couple resolve these issues so they can put their divorce behind them and move on with their lives.

Many people are unsure what their rights are in regards to child custody and distribution of assets, our Missouri family law attorneys will make sure you know your rights and will protect as you go through the trials and tribulations of divorce.