Stange Law Firm, PC, is dedicated exclusively to the practice of family law. We handle only family law matters, which gives us the in-depth knowledge to handle even the most complex, sophisticated and serious family law issues for our clients.
Regardless of how serious matters are, we encourage our clients to be cool headed and stable. This can be difficult when so much is at stake, but our clients can trust that we will act boldly to protect their rights. We fight hard for our clients so that they can focus on what matters most — taking care of their families.
We handle matters related to divorce and separation, as well as child custody, child support, division of property and debt, and family violence. We are also well equipped to handle the complex financial matters that often affect families dividing large sums of assets in a divorce.
We also handle many other family law matters:
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements: These agreements help couples make critical decisions about their relationships, just in case. While prenuptial agreements are drafted before a marriage, postnuptial agreements are drafted during the marriage, usually when circumstances change.
- Paternity: With approximately forty-percent of all children being born out of wedlock, we represent numerous unmarried parents in child custody and child support disputes. These cases are the twenty-first century divorce and extremely common.
- Guardianships and conservatorships: We also represent clients in matters of guardianships and conservatorships, helping them protect the people they love — especially when those people can no longer care for themselves. Our work in this area often involves people facing physical and mental illnesses, alcoholism and addiction.
- Fertility and surrogacy: We can help clients negotiate fertility and surrogacy agreements, drafting and executing all related documents as well as resolving any conflicts that may arise.
- Step-parent adoption: We represent parents in step-parent adoptions, which usually occur when a parent marries or remarries after the birth of a biological child. Step-parent adoptions help bring families closer together by creating a solid family unit.
- Minor emancipation: In some cases, minors do best when they are given the rights and responsibilities of adults. We assist in minor emancipation, representing both teens and their parents.
- Grandparents' rights: Lawyers at our firm also handle grandparents' rights issues such as child custody, guardianship and grandparent adoption.
- Appeals: We represent parties in appeals of adverse family court judgments, including divorce, child custody, child support, maintenance and grandparent visitation.
Contact a St. Louis Family Law Attorney
Contact us online or by phone to schedule a confidential half-hour consultation at any of our convenient locations, including:
Saint Louis County, MO Office: 314-963-4700 Click to learn more about this location.
West County, MO: 636-200-6400 Click to learn more about this location.
Jefferson County (Arnold), MO Office: 636-296-3060 Click to learn more about this location.
St. Charles, MO Office: 636-940-5900 Click to learn more about this location.
Franklin County (Union), MO Office: 636-388-0700 Click to learn more about this location.
Lincoln County (Troy), MO Office: 636-487-0088 Click to learn more about this location.
Saint Louis City, MO Office (by appointment only): 314-499-8340 Click to learn more about this location.
St. Clair County (Belleville), IL Office: 618-310-3711 Click to learn more about this location.
Madison County (Edwardsville), IL Office: 618-307-7100 Click to learn more about this location.
Monroe County (Waterloo), IL Office (by appointment only): 618-208-0587 Click to learn more about this location.