Nothing is more important than your relationship with your child. At Flesner Wentzel, we will help you protect your parent-child bond, fight involuntary parental termination and keep your family together.
Located in St. Charles, Flesner Wentzel helps individuals and families fight parental termination actions and preserve their parent-child relationships. Our attorneys also help nonparents — such as grandparents — establish guardianships over the children they love.
Flesner Wentzel: providing quality legal services in the most efficient and affordable manner possible.
Helping Clients Keep Their Families Together
If your child was removed from your home because a neighbor or family member called the Children’s Division (CD) hotline, or a teacher or other mandatory reporter reported suspected child abuse, you must take steps to protect your rights as a parent.
At Flesner Wentzel, we have one goal: reunifying you with your children. We are dedicated to protecting your parental rights. Our lawyers represent parents at termination hearings to prove they are fit, and help them obtain Written Service Agreements (WSAs) or treatment plans that provide them with the opportunity to get their children back.
Protecting The Children You Love
When parents are deceased, unfit, unable or unwilling to care for their children, nonparents, often grandparents or other family members, must step in to care for minor children.
Though you have taken over all of the primary responsibilities of caring for a child, you have no legal right to make decisions regarding his or her education, health or general welfare without establishing guardianship.
At Flesner Wentzel, we help clients obtain guardianships over the children they love. Our attorneys walk you through every step of the process to ensure you have legal rights over the minor children in your care.
We also help clients protect minor children and file termination actions when they feel parents are unfit and children’s physical and mental health are in jeopardy.
Lawyers For Relinquishment Of Parental Rights In Missouri
Relinquishing or terminating a parent’s rights is necessary before an adoption can take place. If you or your child’s other parent would like to voluntarily release your parental rights, our attorneys can help you through the process.
Contact the St. Charles lawyers of Flesner Wentzel. Call us at 636-442-4529. Consultations are free, and we offer flexible payment plans. Se habla Español.