At Flesner Wentzel, our divorce lawyers understand that when you are going through a divorce, you are making many decisions. These decisions may have lasting financial and emotional consequences. Decisions about:
Child Custody- Child custody includes both physical custody and legal custody. Physical custody is who takes care of a child on a day-to-day basis. It also includes the right to make education, medical, and religious decisions for a child.
Child Support- a payment by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent to help offset the costs of raising the child. This can include amounts for child care, medical insurance and expenses, and the costs of the child’s extracurricular activities and school.
Maintenance– periodic payments from one party to another to maintain the parties’ standard of living prior to the marriage. Whether any party is entitled to maintenance depends on the length of the marriage, the relative income of the parties, and various other factors.
Property Division- during a divorce, Missouri law requires the Court to divide all property acquired during the marriage equitably between the parties. This is different than an equal division. The Court can consider the circumstances of the parties and the reasons for the end of the marriage. This includes the consideration of marital infidelity in splitting the marital property.
What You Need in a Lawyer
Whether your case is contested or uncontested, you need a lawyer who will answer your questions. Your divorce lawyer should advise you on your options and diligently pursue your goals. Your lawyer needs to be one who will act decisively and efficiently to help you emerge from your divorce in a strong position to move on with your life. Our divorce lawyers listen carefully and in detail to all the relevant aspects of each client’s legal matter. And we tell it like it is – providing honest, straightforward legal advice. We want you to make the right decisions today because they will affect you and your family for years to come.
At Flesner Wentzel, we will work to make sure our clients leave their marriages with a fair share of assets and meaningful relationships with their children. Most importantly, while we are always open to working out a settlement with your spouse, we will thoroughly investigate your case. In other words, our attorneys have no problem taking your case to trial.
Speak with a St. Charles Divorce Lawyers
Are you facing a divorce or in the process of separating from your spouse? Contact Flesner Wentzel for a low deposit consultation with a family law attorney. Call our office at 636-442-4529. Se habla Español