Ellisville, Missouri Fathers’ Rights Attorneys in Saint Louis County
Ellisville, Missouri Fathers’ and Men’s Rights Attorneys
As the father of a child, you should know that old attitudes have started to gradually adjust. In Ellisville, Missouri, mothers are no longer automatically given sole physical custody. Now, more and more fathers today are walking away with joint physical and legal custody in Ellisville and, in some instances, sole physical and legal custody when it is in the best interests of the child.
At Stange Law Firm, PC, we believing in protecting the rights of fathers in Ellisville, Missouri, and throughout Missouri. Our top priority in family law cases is children. We want to help fathers and kids have productive relationships whenever possible. We recognize that while attitudes are changing, fathers can still face hurdles. This can be particular true when custody of a baby or a young child is at issue. In these instances, there can still be a leaning toward the mother even it is not said. However, we provide the skilled, passionate representation dads want in these types of cases.
To learn more about the St. Louis County Family Court, please visit the following link:
St. Louis County Family Court
To view St. Louis County family law forms, visit the following link: St. Louis County Family Law Forms
To get directions to the courthouse, visit the following link: St. Louis County Courthouse
To view the local court rules, visit the following link: St. Louis County Local Court Rules
To get information regarding Missouri child support, visit our page about Missouri Form 14 Child Support.
Handling the Full Array of Fathers’ Rights Issues
Our legal team is dedicated to eliminating the anger and frustration that result from being denied your rights as a dad. We solve a variety of issues for our Ellisville clients, including:
- Situations where the mother denies visitation rights or interferes with custody arrangements
Modifying child custody
- Demands for increased child support payments
- Paternity issues, whether you are denying paternity or claiming paternity
- Accusations of child abuse or molestation
- Situations where the mother takes your child and relocates without approval
- Cases where the mother’s behavior endangers your child physically or emotionally
Contact an Attorney for Men and Husbands That Can Assist in Ellisville, MO for a Confidential Consultation
We are here to help fathers establish their rights. When you need a strong Missouri lawyer on your side, call 314-963-4700 or contact our law office online.
St. Louis County (Clayton), Missouri Office Location: 120 S. Central Avenue, Suite 450, Clayton, MO 63105.