New parenting plan may lead to legal challenges in Missouri

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Child Custody on Monday, May 9, 2016.

Most married couples in Missouri who divorce want what is best for their children moving forward. Problems often arise, however, when parents do not agree on the interpretation of what that might be. Developing a parenting plan that focuses on the needs and best interests of one’s children after divorce may help kids ease through the often difficult transitions that lie ahead.

When a former spouse refuses to cooperate when making decisions regarding child custody, visitation or other family issues, it may be best to rely on experienced legal guidance rather than go it alone. Such situations are typically already highly emotionally charged. Allowing a family law attorney to speak and act one one’s behalf may increase the chances of an amicable and favorable outcome.

Stange Law Firm, PC, has successfully represented many clients throughout the state facing disputes and legal challenges with former spouses. Judges often vary when considering common determining factors in rulings on important custody and visitation matters. Though each judge’s opinion on what is best in a particular situation may differ, we are prepared to make certain you have an opportunity to exercise your rights in seeking a outcome that is best for your family.

At Missouri’s Stange Law Firm, PC, we are dedicated to helping you accomplish your immediate and long-term legal goals. If you have reached a stalemate in negotiating a new parenting plan after divorce, we are ready to aggressively litigate the situation for you. You may call our office to arrange a free confidential consultation to discuss your situation and obtain experienced guidance as to what the best course of action might be in your case.

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