How do legal separation and divorce differ?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in divorce on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Each marriage and each partner posses concerns that are unique to them. When a marriage breaks down, each partner’s interests will have an impact on the choices they make. When a couple chooses to create their own vows or have a religious and civil ceremony so they are married for legal purposes and by their beliefs, you can see the characteristics of the marriage and the couple. For Missouri couples considering divorce, these interests can play a role in whether they seek legal separation or


Should children decide when to see a non-custodial parent after divorce?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in child custody on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. What is the best outcome for children after a divorce? For at least a half-century, this question has been debated. In earlier years, many assumed children were better off being raised by their mothers, especially if they were very young. Good or bad, this model continues to this day. Still, it is now more common for fathers to receive full custody than in the past. More and more, courts are trying to allow both parents to be involved in their children’s lives after divorce.


When should I consult a second attorney in my family law case?

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in family law on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. When you are faced with a divorce or family law matter, it can be a challenging and frustrating process. Your attorney is charged with leading you through your case. When you put your hope and faith in your attorney, you expect them to pull through for you. The attorney-client relationship is usually a good one when the case is going as planned. Clients are happy when they are not faced with big surprises in their case. When the case isn’t going the way the