Paternity and Single Parents' Attorneys in St. Clair County/Belleville, IL

Helping Unmarried Parents With Child Custody, DNA Testing and Support in St. Clair County in Belleville, Illinois

If you are a parent who has a child out of wedlock, you are likely faced with dilemmas involving custody and support. At Stange Law Firm, PC in Belleville in St. Clair County, Illinois, we are dedicated to helping parents in these situations.

We represent unmarried parents in matters involving:

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St. Clair County in Belleville, Illinois Single Parents' and Paternity Attorneys

Stange Law Firm, PC has represented numerous individuals in custody, visitation and support matters. Our firm has presented to residents in the St. Louis Metro Area on this topic and was mentioned in the St. Louis Post Dispatch in an article titled: A baby daddy is no daddy in the eyes of the law .

Based on our vast experience in this area, Stange Law Firm, PC understands the uniqueness of the concerns of unmarried parents, and will work diligently to achieve a favorable resolution of your case.

We have multiple attorneys who have received awards for their work, as noted in their biographies. Kirk Stange, Founding Partner, was named as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by National Trial Lawyers. Jillian Wood, Partner, is Lead Counsel Rated for Divorce and Family Law.

Stange Law Firm, PC will carefully review the facts and issues in your case. We will explain the law as it affects your rights and responsibilities, providing you with an understanding of the legal process and what you can expect as your case moves forward.

  • Courts in Illinois always base their decisions on what they perceive to be the "best interest" of the children.
  • Stange Law Firm, PC represents unmarried fathers seeking to obtain custody and parenting time, as well as mothers wishing to retain or alter existing custody and visitation arrangements.
  • Our firm can represent you in child support hearings to determine whether a parent should be required to provide support or to obtain a modification in an existing child support order.

Child Custody Changes in Illinois

"Allocation of Parental Responsibilities" is the new term for "child custody". Illinois courts now allocate power to each parent in regards to making decisions on health, education, religion and extracurricular activities. This requires both parents to be involved even if they don't communicate well with each other.

Contact a St. Clair County in Belleville, IL Paternity Attorney

From our webpage, you can also read articles about family law, view informational videos, seminar videos, listen to our podcast, download our mobile application or view support calculators for Missouri and Illinois.

To learn more about the law on child custody, contact us online or by phone to schedule a consultation at our Belleville Office in St. Clair County, Illinois.

St. Clair County (Belleville), IL Office: 618-310-3711 Click to learn more about this location.

115 Lincoln Place Ct., Suite. 101, Belleville, Illinois 62221