St. Louis County Divorce Attorney
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Thousands of families served throughout Missouri
Tailored solutions made to fit your family’s situation
Focused on amicable, non-confrontational solutions
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About Missouri Divorce Laws: What You Need to Know
If you are interested in filing, our St. Louis county divorce lawyers will meet with you and review the entire process, help you gather the required information for filing, and give you valuable information to put you in a favorable position for accomplishing your goals.
There are certain documents and information you will need prior to filing, including:
- A statement of income and expenses
- A statement of property
- Other standardized forms that the court
In addition to simply gathering necessary materials and filling out documents prior to filing, there may be other actions you wish to take prior to initiating a divorce that may no longer be available (or permissible under local court rules) to you once you have chosen to file a divorce petition. This is why we strongly recommend that you meet with one of our experienced attorneys who can help you strategize the best way to initiate a divorce, specific to your particular circumstances.
If you have been served with a petition, time is of the essence. The manner in which you choose to proceed could have significant consequences on the outcome of your case.