John “Jack” Woelfel, Esq.
- Family Law
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
- Spousal Support
- St. Louis University School of Law
- Juris Doctor
John "Jack" Woelfel, Esq.
When facing emotional family law matters such as a divorce, it is common for you to feel like your whole life is hanging in the balance. For this reason, it is important to have representation in your corner that understands what you are going through and that will zealously advocate to protect your rights. John “Jack” Woelfel is a Senior Associate Attorney with Stange Law Firm, PC. He can represent clients throughout Sangamon County and nearby from the firm’s Springfield, Illinois family law office.
Jack earned his Juris Doctorate while attending St. Louis University School of Law. Before earning his J.D., obtained a certificate in Employment Law at Science Southern Illinois University. Jack is licensed and ready to help clients in the State of Illinois.
Prior to joining the Sangamon County family lawyers at Stange Law Firm, PC, most recently Jack worked in consumer law and negotiated credit cards on the clients’ behalf. Jack has also spent time as an insurance defense attorney in the St. Louis, MO area. He attended court hearings and arguments, took and defended party and expert depositions, and attended accident and fire scene inspections. Before working in St. Louis, Jack was an attorney in Edwardsville, Illinois for over a decade. In this role, he assisted with product identification, negotiated settlements with numerous defendants, and defended discovery depositions.
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