Child Support Law Firm in West St. Louis County in Ellisville, MOStange Law Firm, PC has nine convenient office locations across the St. Louis metro area, including our location in St. Louis County in Ellisville, MO. If you live in or near St. Louis and have questions or concerns regarding child support, turn to our St. Louis child support lawyers. We can safeguard your rights and interests as a parent as well as protect the best interests of your child or children. We have lots of experience representing clients from all walks of life at the Clayton Courthouse (from parents seeking child support to those seeking a fair number) and can protect your interests. Our attorneys represent St. Louis clients in initial determinations of child support as well as in modifications and enforcements. Call us at 855-805-0595 to schedule your confidential 60-minute consultation. Stange Law Firm, PC is happy to have many attorneys who have received accolades for their work. Our attorneys have individual biographies where you can read a list of their personal awards, as well. To learn more about the St. Louis County Family Court, please visit the following links:
- St. Louis County Family Law Forms: Click to view St. Louis County Circuit Court forms.
- St. Louis County Courthouse: Need help finding the St. Louis County Courthouse? Click the link to pull up Google Maps directions.
- St. Louis County Local Court Rules: List of rules for the St. Louis County Court.
With You Every Step of the WayOur skilled custody, modification and support enforcement attorneys guide St. Louis parents through the process of reaching favorable results in various child support matters. If you are experiencing a St. Louis divorce and share a child or children with the other party, you will undergo the child support calculation process. In Missouri, child support is calculated with a mandatory formula — a Missouri child support calculator can be found here — that considers factors such as:
- Gross income of the parents
- Child support paid to children from a previous marriage or relationship
- Work-related daycare or child care costs
- Health insurance costs for the children
- Number of overnight visitations