Divorce Attorneys for Men in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska
Going through a divorce may be one of the most difficult experiences you will ever have to face. The results that come out of these proceedings will impact you and your family for years into the future. Be sure that you have an experienced legal team behind you that knows the law and will fight for the best result available in your case.
At Stange Law Firm, PC, our divorce lawyers have the experience, the dedication and the skill to properly handle your case. We understand how overwhelming it can be to face unfamiliar legal issues with so much at stake. We represent men in all cases that may involve husband’s rights, including:
- Divorces: Information about divorce attorneys for men can be found here.
- Child custody: Information about child custody laws regarding men can be viewed here.
- Motions to modify: Information about modifying motions during a case.
- Motions for contempt: Information about motions for contempt.
- Orders for protection: Information regarding orders for protection.
- Paternity cases: Information regarding paternity cases.
- Appeals: Information about appeals during a case.
What Husbands Can Do to Increase Their Chances of Having A Favorable Custody or Parenting Time Outcome
If you are a man going through a divorce, or fighting for custody of your children, there are things you can do to increase your chances of success. Make time for your children and pursue work schedules that make joint or sole custody possible. If you are choosing a place to live, choose a home in a good school district. Make your home comfortable and safe, develop good relationships with your children and abide by court orders.
You can also make sure you have the right attitude in the courtroom. Avoid causing fights or disruptions, saying inflammatory things or engaging in name calling. Make a positive impression with the judge and guardian ad litem by showing patience and common sense.
To read more about our efforts to protect men’s’ rights in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska, please read our Men’s Rights Blog.
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, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska.
Contact Divorce Lawyers for Men in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska in St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Wichita, Tulsa Oklahoma City, Omaha, Lincoln and Beyond
Men can contact us online or by phone to schedule a consultation at any of our convenient locations throughout the area.