Interstate Custody Issues

Protecting The Interests of Children and the Rights of Parents in St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield and Beyond

All child custody issues have the potential to become complicated and intensely emotional for parents and their children. Custody and parenting time is often the most vexing issue in a divorce and between unmarried parents, even when both parents are making an honest effort to arrive at an outcome that is in the best interest of the children.

Parents living in different states adds a whole new layer of complexity to the issue, creating the potential for confusion, agitation, and extensive litigation. Having an experienced attorney working with you is a must if you face an interstate custody issue in Missouri, Kansas, or Illinois.

Finding Lasting Solutions For Interstate Custody Issues

Everything about interstate custody cases is more difficult, starting with determining which state has jurisdiction over the case. This issue is governed by the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), which is complicated for even the most experienced family law attorneys to navigate. Having attorneys with a proven track record of resolving complex interstate issues is critical, and is exactly what you will find at Stange Law Firm.

Standing Up For Children Regardless of Jurisdiction

No matter what state has jurisdiction over your child custody matter, you can rely on Stange Law Firm to pursue an outcome that is in the best interest of your children. Kirk and Paola Stange, the firm's founding partners, are trained guardians ad litem. This knowledge and experience is particularly beneficial in custody cases as guardians play an instrumental role in the outcomes of these cases.

Serving the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield and Beyond in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas

If you need help with an interstate custody issue, look no further. Contact us online or call us today to schedule a consultation at one of our many convenient locations in Missouri, Kansas or Illinois.