Family Law FAQ
Ask Our St. Louis Family Lawyers
At our firm, we work around the clock to meet the unique needs of each
of our clients and their families. Delivering personalized counsel and
compassion, we help families protect their rights by building a strong
a case on their behalf. Whether we are working towards a negotiated settlement
or towards your goals before a judge in a courtroom, trust in our experience
Some frequently asked questions we get include:
How long will my case take?
Every case is unique, so the length of your case will be determined by
how complex the issues are and how easily (or not) it is to reach an agreement
with the parties involved. Issues affecting a case's complexity include
child support, visitation rights, child custody, property and debt division and more.
What happens at a consultation appointment?
During our first meeting, our team of St. Charles County family law attorneys
will sit down with you to review your paperwork and case-related evidence
to determine the best plan of action to take. We will answer any questions
you might have and address any concerns regarding your situation.
What should I bring to my consultation appointment?
The better prepared you are for your free initial consultation appointment,
the better we can serve you. To maximize your appointment, bring copies
of tax returns, income documentation, recent retirement and/or pension
plan statements, any evidence that defends your allegations, any financial
documents regarding your home (mortgage, appraisals, etc.), all recent
bank statements for both spouses, and if you are seeking a modification,
the court-ordered documents.
This all varies depending on your case.
Contact Our Firm in Chesterfield for More Answers
To schedule a completely free case consultation with one of our St. Louis
family law attorneys, give our team at Pedano, O'Shea, McGavic &
Hogenmiller, LLC a call.
Explore your legal options for free in a
complimentary case evaluation.
Contact our team.