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Family Law Talk with Stange Law Firm, PC

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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 Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma in places such as as St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Wichita, Tulsa and beyond. Our phone number is 855-805-0595. (Please note: The choice of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Neither the Supreme Court of Missouri/Illinois nor The Missouri/Illinois Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialist designations. Court rules do not permit us to advertise that we specialize in a particular field or area of law. The areas of law mentioned in this podcast are our areas of interest and generally are the types of cases which we are involved. It is not intended to suggest specialization in any areas of law which are listed. The information you obtain on this blogtalk radio page is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. Past results afford no guarantee of future results and every case must be judged on its own merits. Kirk Stange and Stange Law Firm, PC is responsible for the content. 120 S. Central Avenue, Suite 450, Clayton, MO 63105.)

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Body language in the family court can be important. When judges have to weigh evidence, the reality is that body langauge can make a big difference. If a party frowns, slouches or shows displeasure non-verbally in court, it can make an... more

Many in a divorce or family law matter are upset or angry with the other party. However, they do want to settle their case outside of court without a trial. Find out in this episode why it often makes sense to send a settlement offer. This... more

Many parties try divorce or family law mediation. The hope is that they can resolve their case outside of court. But, sometimes, that is not possible. What are the options for parties when mediation does not work? This episode discusses... more

After a trial in a divorce or other family law matter, parties are sometimes not happy with the results of the case. They might not be happy with the results entirely. In some cases, a party might like certain portions of the judgment and... more

Many family law clients want to text their lawyer. This episode discusses the risks. The episode also talks about other forms of communication that might be more effective and more secure, including e-mail, phone, in-person or video... more

Many wonder whether they should live in the same home during divorce once divorce proceedings have begun. Some advocate that one party should always move out of the house. Some argue that if a party moves out of the house... more

When there is a pending divorce or family law matter, many parties worry about upcoming court dates. It can be hard for many to get off work. Some might be embarrassed to be seen in court. Others might think that since they have an... more

During a marriage, some individuals end up inheriting money. They might inherit it from a friend or family member. All might seem well originally, but if a divorce later occurs, many are surprised to learn that by commingling this separate... more

An equal parenting bill is moving forward in the Missouri Senate. It is known as SB14. A previous version of this bill passed the Missouri House of Representatives last year by a vote of 137-7. It was known as HB1667 at that... more
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