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1. The Carson Law Firm, Family Law Attorney, St. Louis, Missouri
Leigh Joy Carson is an aggressive litigator with compassion for family law issues. Areas of practice include divorce, child custody, mediation, visitation, modification, maintenance, child support, parent relocation, grandparents rights, legal guardianship, equitable parent, international divorce and child custody, paternity, protective orders, adoption and appeals.
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2. Carla J. Zolman, L.L.C., Attorney at Law, St. Louis Family Law
St. Louis based attorney Carla J. Zolman and her staff concentrate on familylaw, and are experienced in guiding clients through the legal system andhelping them to achieve the best possible divorce settlement or resolve acomplex paternity issue.
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3. Missouri Family Law Attorneys
The Schechter Law Firm in St. Louis, Missouri with lawyers offering legal services for Family Law including Divorce, Child Custody and Support, Marital Assets, Domestic Relations Cases
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4. St Louis Missouri Attorney
Anthony B. Ramirez, P.C. represents persons in their family law concerns in the state of Missouri only. These concerns usually involve divorce, child support, child custody, visitation, maintenance, and paternity. Domestic relations cases are often emotional and stressful episodes in peoples' lives. We do our best to guide our clients through the process and achieve a result which is equitable and which will allow them to move on with their lives.
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5. Thomas R. Carnes Law Firm St. Louis Missouri
Issues involving the family are sensitive and critical. You need an attorney who will handle your case in a confidential, empathetic manner. We have extensive experience in family law and represent clients in the following areas: divorce, spousal support, paternity, child custody, child support, arrearages, visitation, temporary orders, legal separation, premarital agreements, domestic abuse, alimony, modifications, terminations, judgment enforcement, grandparent right cases and guardianships.
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6. St. Louis Family Law, Offices of Susan Ward
The Law Offices of Susan L. Ward, LLC in St. Louis, Missouri handle exclusively family law and domestic relations matters, including divorce, custody, paternity, and domestic partnerships.
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7. St. Louis, Missouri Family Law Attorney
Arthur H. Nissenbaum is an experienced, dedicated family law attorney helping clients in St. Louis County MO area with divorce, visitation, custody, guardianship, adoption and other issues including high-conflict and financially complicated cases.
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8. St. Louis Family Law - Yvonne M. Homeyer, P.C.
I strive to provide personal attention to my clients in a prompt and courteous manner – after all, the most important part of my law practice is my clients. While I do handle contested divorces in court, I also work with clients in two non-adversarial settings: divorce mediation and collaborative divorce. The goal of both these processes is resolution and problem-solving, not fighting and blaming. In mediation and collaborative law, the focus in on the future, not the past. Negotiations are based on meeting both parties’ needs, in a win-win model, rather than the win-lose model (“if you get more, that means I get less”). In mediation and collaborative law, we look at the pie as expanding, rather than contracting. In both mediation and collaborative law, the divorcing couple is encouraged to explore options and come to agreements in a process that provides respect, dignity and privacy to their discussions. The couple makes their own decisions without turning to a third party like a judge to make decisions for them and their family.
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