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Family Law Talk® with Stange Law Firm, PC on BlogTalkRadio. Stange Law Firm, PC is a family law firm with offices in the Midwest in cities such as St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield and beyond. In Missouri, the firm has offices in St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County (Arnold), Franklin County (Union), Lincoln County (Troy), Boone County (Columbia), Jackson County (Lee's Summit and Kansas City - by appointment only) and St. Louis City (by appointment only). In Ill ...
 
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The idea of a collaborative divorce sounds appealing to many when they consider the alternative of a custody divorce matter. Many wonder whether they can just hire any attorney for a collaborative divorce. They seem the term "collaborative" or other terms like "uncontested" or "noncontested" on lots of lawyers webpages and do not understand the ...…
 
When individuals are going through a divorce or family law matter and are looking for an attorney, many want to bring friends or family members into the initial consultation. The reasoning can make sense on a surface level in that they are looking for moral support and a second option. However, there are risks with bringing others into an initi ...…
 
When individuals who are engaged decide to enter into a prenuptial agreement (also known as a premarital agreement), it is critical that both parties have independent counsel to represent them in the process. This would also be true if parties were entering into a post-nuptial agreement after the marriage. This epside discusses this topic and i ...…
 
State administrative agencies will often help establish paternity and set child support obligations. However, many do not understand that these same administrative agencies will not enter child custody or visitation awards. When many realize this, they are miffed and cannot understand why. Find out more in this episode. You can also read an art ...…
 
When many are anticipating a divorce, they wonder about the average cost. Obviously, the cost of any divorce can vary depending on whether it is simple or complex, contested or uncontested and based on various other factors. However, many do not think about how much they spent on their wedding. This article discusses the average cost of divorce ...…
 
When going through a divorce or family law matter of any kind, legal research is often very important in terms of helping analyze a case and develop the best possible strategy for a positive result. However, many clients do not understand the need or the reasons for legal research. Many think that lawyers should be walking and talking encyclope ...…
 
Divorce and family law cases can bring out a lot of emotions. Many individuals, however, over-react when they read legal pleadings, motions and other documents in their divorce or family law matter. This is particularly true for those who have not been through a case like this before and/or for those who have no legal training. This episode exp ...…
 
When a divorce or family law case begins, one party is sometimes moving quicker than the other. One party may have an attorney while the other does not have an attorney. In some cases, the party who does not have an attorney is presented proposed settlement or other legal documents and asked to sign them. This episode talks about the dangers of ...…
 
When going through a divorce or family law matter, the seemingly little things can cause lots of parties dress. From where to park, or what time to show up to what should I wear in court? What a party wears in court can make a difference in terms of how a judge views a party. This episode talks generally about what a party should consider when ...…
 
A guardian ad litem is sometimes appointed by the court in a contested custody case. This is particularly true where allegations of abuse and neglect are raised. Ensuring that the guardian ad litem has all the information they need to make a recommendation on behalf of the children is vital. In this episode, we discuss how getting information t ...…
 
In highly contentious divorce and child custody matters, one parent might believe that their is parental alienation that has taken place. In other words, they believe that the other parent has said or done things to such an extreme degree that they children no longer want to be around them or have a relationship with them. Proving parental alie ...…
 
Many individuals have child support orders entered against them. Versus paying through the state or by check where it can be documented, some may pay child support by cash (or gifts even). This episode talks about the risks inherent in paying child support by cash. You can read more on this topic in our article on Family Law Headquarters titled ...…
 
An interesting decision came out in Missouri known as McQueen v. Gadberry (ED103138). Among others, an important question in this case is whether pre-embroys are considered human beings under Missouri law or whether they are considered property in divorce proceedings. This case is bound to have future implications in Missouri and other states. ...…
 
When a client goes through a divorce or family law matter, many clients wonder how long it will take a judge to issue a judgment and enter a ruling in their case. Many clients think that judges rule from the bench immediately after a trial. Others have different expectations. This episdoe explores this topic. To read more on this topic, you can ...…
 
Are you wondering who gets the engagement and wedding rings in divorce? In other words, does the person who received these items have to give them back? Or do they ordinarily get to keep them in divorce? In this episode, we explore this topic. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Who gets the wedding and engage ...…
 
How a party presents themselves can go a long way in the family and divorce court. This is true as it relates to what say, when they say it, their manners, demeanor and overall body language. You can find out more information on this topic by listening to this episode. You can also read our blog article titled: How manners can go a long way in ...…
 
In many child custody cases between unmarried parents, the paternity of the father can be in doubt. In many of these caess, a paternity tests is warranted. But in somtimes, a paternity test can have the unintended consquence of complicating a child custody case where paternity was never really in doubt. Find out why in this episode. This is bas ...…
 
In diorce and family law cases, there can often be lots of issues that are important to the parties. In some cases, the parties might rank their case priorities differently in terms of a substantive case outcome. This episode talks about the principle of giving on some items to get concessions on other items that might be more important to the ...…
 
This episode talks about a fairly recent trend on the part of some states to drop the terms of legal and physical custody in favor of parenting time and allocation of parental responsibilities. One perspective is that these terms are more friendly to litigants in family law matters and can help lead to the resolution of family law disputes. Thi ...…
 
HB1550 has become the law in Missouri. HB1550 has been put forth has a shared parenting bill, which passed the Missouri House and Senate. Last week, the legislation was signed by Governor Nixon and has become law. What are the implications of this legislation? What are the potential pros? What are the potential cons? And does this legislation h ...…
 
In lots of child custody matters between married parents, the last name of the minor child can come into dispute. In some cases, the mother may want the child to have her last name whereas the father will want the child to have his last name. In these circumstances, lots of cases can become contested over this issue. As a compromise, more court ...…
 
When a divorce is filed, many have questions about how things will work when the divorce is pending? How will marital debts be paid? Who will get possession of the marital property? What about child custody and spousal support? These are all questions many have after a divorce has been filed and while the matter is pending. This episode address ...…
 
One of the most common causes of divorce is the inability to compromise and communicate on important issues. Over time, this can cause the breadown of many marriages. At the same time, when a divorce is filed, many often assume parties should be able to communciate effectively and compromise to settle the divorce. The reality is this is hard fo ...…
 
In many child custody cases, there can be a big disagreement on what school with the children can attend. This can occur in divoce and child custody cases where parents have different viewpoints on what is in the best interests of this children. In this episode, find out more on this topic and about what courts might consider in case. This epis ...…
 
In some child custody cases, supervised visitation ends up being ordered by the court. In some cases, the supervised visitation might be temporary. In other cases, it might be part of the final order. When supervised visitaiton is ordered, individuals often have many questions. This episode will address how supervised visitiation can often work ...…
 
When most think of family law, divorce and the divorce rates instantly come to the mind of most. Most think family law and divorce go hand-in-hand and don't realize that with out-of-wedlock birth rates at approximatleyy 40-percent, paternity cases are on the rise. Paternity cases are likely the second most common type of family law case. This a ...…
 
When individuals begin a divorce or family law matter, it can be a stressful experience. Many want the moral support from a close friend or family law matter. While this desire is natural in many ways, this episode discusses the risks involved. These risks involves the doctrines of attorney-client privilege, confidentiality and waiver. This epi ...…
 
When parties are on the verge or have filed for divorced and have children, what to tell the kids is a critical question that many struggle with in terms of what to say and what not to say. In this episode, we talk about this important topic. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters called: What to tel your kids when you a ...…
 
While parties are going through a divorce, it can be much easier for many to focus on the present versus the future. In fousing on the present, parties can often say or do things that can inhibit the ability to have a cordial relelationship with your ex-spouse in the future. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: ...…
 
Most parties who are going through a divorce prefer to settle their case. To settle a divorce, the reality is that parties have to agree on a comprehensive settlement on all issues. For most, they assume this is easy. But in many cases, this is not easy at all. In this episode, Kirk Stange, from Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about two contested is ...…
 
One of the most common question many ask when they begin a divorce or family law case is how long their family law case will take? Most want to know because they want a general idea in terms of what to expect. This episode discusses many of the variables that can come into play as it relates to the length of a case. This episode is based on an ...…
 
It is vital that an attorney and client communicate effecitvely regarding their family law matter. In this episode, we will discuss some tips for effective communication with an attorney. To find out more on this topic, you can read an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: How to keep communication effecitve with your attorney? For more in ...…
 
When parties are going through a divorce or child custody case, parties often communicate in writing. These communications can be by text, e-mail or through social media. When tensions are high, many can say things that may not reflect fondly upon them in the family court. In this episode, we will discuss this topic and how individuals can be p ...…
 
One of the most common questions people ask regarding divorce is whether they should file first. Many wonder whether there is an advantage or not in filing first or whether it matters. In this episode, we discuss this topic by going through the potential pros and cons in filing for divorce first. To read more on this topic, you can read the art ...…
 
When parties file for divorce, they are almost always required to complete financial statements. The requirements can vary by state and locality. However, they usually entail listing the marital property and debt of the parties along with the alleged separate property. Parties also usually have to list their income and expenses. This generally ...…
 
Inidividuals often wonder whether calling characters witnesses will be pursuasive in their divorce or family law matters. Many consider calling their relative or their friends in the hope that this will sway the judge. This episode addresses whether this is generally pursuasive or not. You can read more on this topic in an article family law he ...…
 
An often asked question of divorce attorneys is about the role of marital misconduct in a divorce outcome. From affaris, cheating, domestic abuse, abandonmnet, gambling or other financial misconduct, this is a question of many going thorugh a divorce. In this episode, we will talk about this issue as it relates to Missouri and Illnois law in pa ...…
 
In determining child custody in Missouri and Illnois, courts have to look at the best interests of the child when considering multiple factors. One of those factors involves what parent is most likely to allow for frequent, continuing or meanfingful contact with the other parent (or other similar language which can vary by state). This espisode ...…
 
Where mothers and fathers meet to exchange their children after a divorce or child custody case is important. This is one of those terms that can cause many parents to have disagreements that can hang up a potential settlement. It can also be important because this is the one time where parents still must have regular contact with each other ev ...…
 
When a divorce begins, many think that these cases should settle quickly and efficiently. Is it reasonable to expect that parties will be able to reach a quick settlement when emotions are high and the inability of parties to agree is often the cause of a divorce? This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Is expecti ...…
 
Tracing separate property in a divorce matter is an important component of many cases. In some cases, a party has brought into the marriage assets or money that they owned prior to the marriage. When this becomes commingled in some matter with marital funds and assets, a tracing expert can become important. To read more on this topic, you can r ...…
 
Kirk Stange talks about the importance of ranking your goals for your divorce or family law attorney. This is an important topic because it is critical that a divorce or family law attorney knows the goals of the client at the outset of a case. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters dated June 20, 2015. To learn more abo ...…
 
Kirk Stange talks about when a party should consider getting a second opinion in their divorce or family law case. This is a question lots of individuals often ask when they are unhappy in the direction that their case is going. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: When should I get a second-opinion? You can fi ...…
 
Kirk Stange discusses the role of a divorce coach with special guest, Deborah Moskovitch. Ms. Moskovitch is a Divorce Coach, Author and Speaker located in Tornoto, Ontario. Deborah founded The Smart Divorce, a suppor organization for those facing a divorce. In addition, she authored a book titled The Smart Divorce. To find more information abou ...…
 
Kirk Stange discusses Parental Alienation with special guest, Dean Tong. Dean Tong, MSc. Child Forensic Studies, is a forensic legal consultant and author of three books, the most recent being ‘Elusive Innocence: Survival Guide for the Falsely Accused.’ Dean is an internationally known family rights and forensic consultant who has helped thousa ...…
 
Kirk Stange talks about an important issue in child custody cases involving unmarried parents. In some cases, the father seeks to change the last name of the child when the child is given the last name of the mother. This typically takes case in paternity litigation. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: When ca ...…
 
Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about an article on Family Law Headquarters dated March 7, 2015 titled: Profesisonal Courtesy Is Important. This is an important topic that comes up in many divorce and family law cases. Stange Law Firm, PC is a family law firm with multiples offices in Missouri and Illinois in and around the St. Louis ...…
 
Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about the use of parent coordinators in high conflict custody cases. This is based on a blog entry on Family Law Headquarters titled: Can A Parent Coordinator Help? You can find out more about Parent Coordinators in other articles written by Stange Law Firm, PC, including one titled: Parenting Coordian ...…
 
Kirk Stange talks about a recent article on Family Law Headquarters ® titled: I Don't Want A Divorce. Stange Law Firm, PC has is a divorce and family law firm in Missouri and Illinois. You can contact their Springfield, IL Divorce Attorneys or their Troy, Missouri Divorce Lawyers at 1-855-805-0595.
 
Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about his article on Family Law Headquarters ® titled: For Most, Seek The Best Possible Result. Stange Law Firm, PC has locations throughout Missouri and Illinois. You can contact their Springfield, Illinois Divorce Lawyers or their Lincoln County, MO in Troy Divorce Attorneys at 1-855-805-0595.…
 
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