Chad Hager, Esq.
- Family Law
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Orders of Protection
- Domestic Relation Matters
- Southern Illinois University School of Law, Carbondale, Illinois
- Middle Tennessee State University
Chad Hager, Esq.
When you’re going through a family law matter, you need someone you can trust. Chad Hager will be there to help you in your time of need. Using his family law experience, he will help you through the difficult time in your life. Chad is a Team Leader Attorney at Stange Law Firm, PC.
Chad earned his Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale, Illinois. After graduating, Chad gained skills as an attorney as a solo practitioner in St. Charles County. Since then, Chad has focused his practice on family law based out of the firm’s Union office in Franklin County.
When Chad is not taking on family law cases, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Carolyn, 3 children, Cade, Peyton and Eli, and his yellow Labrador, Max, searching the St Louis area for vintage electronics to add to his collection, and watching movies. Chad also enjoys playing golf and watching SEC college football.
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Honors and Awards
- Lead Counsel Rated in Family Law, 2018 – Present
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St Louis
- The American Bar Association
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