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Study demonstrates the value of grandparents

42309401_S.jpgAs a grandparent, you likely believe that you can play an important role in your grandchild's life. And as it happens, there is research that proves you are correct in this assumption. In fact, one study produced results that demonstrated the positive effects that grandparents can have when they have greater involvement with their grandchildren.

Abusers may try to reassert dominance as relationship dissolves

14527942_S.jpgFor victims of domestic violence, every day is filled with stress, fear and even physical pain that is inflicted by an abusive partner. Such situations are made all the worse if there are children in the household. And if you are trying to leave your partner and get your children into a safer environment, your abusive partner may attempt to manipulate the situation to his or her own benefit.

Stange Law Firm, PC Named a 2016 Law Firm 500 Honoree

Law Firm 500.pngWe are pleased to announce that our law firm has been named a 2016 Law Firm 500 Honoree. Earlier this year we were nominated for our growth, operational excellence and commitment to client service. It is an honor to be included as one of the top one-hundred fastest growing law firms in America.

Military values can help your parenting skills

44852046_S.jpgAs a service member in our country's armed forces, you have likely learned many valuable lessons about hard work and discipline. After all, the habits and values espoused in the military are intended to help you get through the most challenging situations imaginable. But did you ever stop and consider how the techniques used for military training can be effectively applied for parenting purposes?

Unmarried couples need to keep finances simple and separate

35137027_S.jpgEven if your relationship with your live-in partner could not be better, be aware that things can change over time. Any number of unforeseeable factors could contribute to a parting of the ways. And if this happens, you want to make the break as clean as possible and you want to retain that which belongs to you.

Keep your emotions in check during a legal separation

50563212_S (1).jpgIf you and your spouse are considering a legal separation, then you are likely feeling a mixture of strong and complicated feelings. It is understandable if you are experiencing intense anxiety. After all, your marriage is in the balance, and you have no idea what the future holds.

The Progression of Family Law in Missouri

53466713_S.jpgIf you're a Missouri father who is in the process of divorcing or otherwise severing ties with your child's other parent, you may be worried that you will not receive fair treatment in regard to child custody or child support decisions rendered by the court. This is a legitimate concern as the court has traditionally used what it determines as the child's best interests as the basis for such decisions. While this sounds reasonable, the fact is that such determinations are always subjective to a certain degree, and may not produce the desired results.

Parental psychological evaluation process may be flawed

39459672_S.jpgIf you suffer from a mental illness, your life is filled with challenges. And this is especially true if you have a child. But just having issues does not preclude you from being a loving and capable parent. Unfortunately, if you should become embroiled in a contentious divorce, your condition could be used against you for custody purposes. 

Military spouses sacrifice career aspirations to their detriment

47455715_S.jpgIf you married a member of our nation's armed services, you likely anticipated that you would have to make numerous sacrifices. Of course, there are long periods of time when your spouse is deployed or on maneuvers during which you are solely in charge of all household duties. You may have also had to move numerous times, following your spouse to his or her next assignment.

Unmarried couples need to discuss finances

39082263_S.jpgWhile married couples may enjoy a variety of financial benefits regarding tax breaks and spousal Social Security benefits, there are couples who prefer to remain unmarried while cohabiting. There are any number or reasons for foregoing the rings, the vows and the marriage license, but there is no avoiding most of the same economic realities experienced by married couples.

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