Possible Options for Expediting Your Divorce

Divorce is a notoriously stressful and time-consuming process. Thankfully, there are some ways a divorcing couple could potentially expedite their divorce proceedings to end their marital contract as quickly as possible. Ending a marriage quickly is not always the best approach to such a life change, but in some cases, a swift divorce is in both spouses’ best interests. Typically, divorce requires a waiting period. Most states uphold a mandatory waiting period that a divorcing couple must complete before a divorce is granted. The purpose of this waiting period is typically to provide the divorcing couple one last opportunity to

READ MORE

Seven Tips for Choosing a Tulsa, Oklahoma Divorce Lawyer

The end of a marriage can be a tumultuous time in your life as you navigate the many emotions that come with the end of a long relationship. When you add in the various financial and logistical hurdles associated with dividing your household, as well as the potentially complicated legal process that sets the division into motion, it is easy to see why divorce is the second most stressful life event. In fact, only the death of a loved one is considered more stressful, leading many people to explore ways to make divorce more straightforward for all involved. Choosing the

READ MORE

Oklahoma Leads Much of the Nation in Divorce – Learn Why

When you decided to begin your marriage, you likely did so with the intent of ensuring your relationship would last forever. If you’re like most people, however, chances are that your marriage has experienced its share of troubles. For many Oklahoma residents, recurring marital troubles can lead to a legal dissolution of a marriage – more commonly known as divorce. Divorce Is More Common in Oklahoma Than in Most Other States For years, the state of Oklahoma – as well as Oklahoma City itself – has ranked atop other states with one of the highest divorce rates in the land.

READ MORE

FAQs About Divorce in Bloomington, Illinois

In Bloomington, Illinois, you must utilize the court system to legally terminate a marriage. The decision to end a marriage is never an easy one. It’s important to know as much as you can about the process before beginning. We have compiled a comprehensive set of Divorce FAQs to help ensure you are comfortable as you begin your divorce: Q: Do I have to give a reason to get divorced in Bloomington, Illinois? A: No. Illinois requires only irreconcilable differences as grounds for divorce. In addition, any fault or poor behavior of either spouse is not considered for the division

READ MORE

How to Avoid Paying Your Ex Alimony

If you are considering divorce, it’s natural to be nervous about your future financial situation. You likely have questions about the financial arrangements that will unfold between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse. Alimony, also called spousal maintenance, is just one of the many financial issues that can arise during divorce in the Midwest. Alimony may not become an issue in every divorce, but it’s essential to understand what alimony entails in case you are obligated to pay it or entitled to receive it. What Is Alimony? In the simplest terms, alimony or spousal support is payment from one divorcing spouse

READ MORE

COVID-19 Likely Responsible for Spike in Domestic Violence Cases

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown have changed life in many ways for Americans all across the country. Unfortunately, while the COVID-19 pandemic is responsible for tension, uncertainty, and financial problems for millions of Americans, it has also resulted in many other negative outcomes, not least of which is the apparent rise in domestic violence claims throughout Bloomington and McLean County. Many Americans have been forced to leave their jobs or start working from home amid the COVID-19 lockdown out of public health and safety concerns. Unfortunately, this change has led to many business closures, and millions of Americans are

READ MORE

Prenuptial Agreements Line by Line

Aspatore Books from Thomson Reuters Westlaw

Strategies For Family Law Illinois

Aspatore Books from Thomson Reuters Westlaw

Strategies For Military Family Law

Aspatore Books from Thomson Reuters Westlaw

Protect Yourself By Understanding Your Options and Knowing Your Rights

GET HELP NOW

MAIN OFFICE LOCATION

Stange Law Firm, PC

120 S. Central Avenue, Suite 450

St. Louis (Clayton), Missouri 63105

Toll Free: 855-805-0595
Fax: 314-963-9191

DIVORCE HEADQUATERS APP

Contact Our Team

Family Law Legal Services At Your Fingertips

FEATURED ARTICLES FROM THE STANGE LAW TEAM

When you choose us, you don’t have to sacrifice quality or service. You get the resources of a large divorce and family law firm AND the attentive service of a local attorney.