Troy, Missouri Paternity Lawyers in Lincoln County

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Troy, Missouri Paternity Lawyers in Lincoln County

Lincoln County and Troy, MO Paternity Attorneys

If you are a single father or mother, you have rights and responsibilities. At Stange Law Firm, PC in Lincoln County, Missouri, we are dedicated to helping parents achieve the best possible results in paternity cases.

From our office at 20 Centerline Drive, Troy, Missouri 63379, we represent unmarried parents in matters involving:

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Lincoln County in Troy, MO Single Paternity Lawyers

Through time, Stange Law Firm, PC has represented countless parents in custody, visitation and support matters in Lincoln County from fathers seeking custody rights to their children to mothers seeking financial help from the father. We are knowledgeable with the judges and guardian ad litems and can help you put your best case forward. Stange Law Firm, PC understands the burdens and special concerns of unmarried parents, and will work diligently to achieve a fair resolution to your case.

We have numerous lawyers who have won awards in divorce and family law. Six attorneys at the firm have been named Super Lawyer Rising Stars by Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyer Magazine. Two of those six were Founding Partners, Kirk Stange and Paola Stange. To read more about each attorneys award, visit their biographies.

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.

Child custody – By law, courts in Missouri always base their decisions on what they perceive to be the “best interest” of the children. Stange Law Firm, PC is proud to represent unmarried fathers seeking to obtain custody and parenting time, as well as mothers wishing to maintain or modify existing custody and visitation arrangements.

Support – 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 pursuant to the Form 14.

Contact Lincoln County, Missouri in Troy Paternity Attorneys

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, or if you are ready to hire a family law attorney to help with your case, contact us online or by phone to schedule a confidential consultation at our Lincoln County Office in Troy as set forth below:

Lincoln County (Troy), MO Office: 636-487-0088 Click to learn more about this location.

20 Centerline Drive, Troy, Missouri 63379

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Our child custody practice focuses on protecting the wellbeing of children and the rights of parents. We handle issues such as:
Visitation
Often called parenting time, visitation is the amount of time a noncustodial parent spends with his or her child. We can handle a broad spectrum of visitation matters.
Creating a parenting plan
Getting visitation rights means drafting a parenting plan that works. We can help.
Relocation with a child
Courts have continuing jurisdiction over child custody and visitation orders. So, when a parent wants to move, it is usually necessary to get the court's permission first. Failure to do so can put your time with your child in jeopardy.
Enforcement of orders
If a parent fails to follow a child custody order, it may be possible to take him or her to court to enforce the order.
Contempt of court
If you are found to have repeatedly ignored a court order, you may be found in contempt of court.
Modification of orders:
When you need a court order changed, you can work with the experienced attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC.
Custody Issues for Nonmarried Parents
Next to divorce actions, paternity cases (custody and support cases between unmarried parents) are among the most common cases in family law.
Parental Rights
Parents are often concerns about their parental rights, especially fathers in certain circumstances.
Family Access Motions
If you are being denied access to your children, you may want to consider a family access motion.
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
If you have jurisdictional issues involving your custody case, you will want an attorney familiar with the UCCJEA.
Custody Evaluations
If you have a complex custody case where psychological issues or abuse may be in play, you might want to consider a child custody evaluation
Hague Convention
If you are dealing with an international child custody dispute, and perhaps child abduction, knowing about the Hague Convention is often critical.
Third-Party Custody
If you are not the biological parents, in certain cases all may not be lost. You might have a right to third party custody in certain situations.
Fertility and Surrogacy
Fertility and surrogacy is a growing area of the law for those who want children.
Transportation
In some custody cases, parties might live far apart. This can result in difficult child custody cases with transportation at issue.

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