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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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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.)

    Should parties live in the same home during divorce?

    Should parties live in the same home during divorce?

    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 during the divorce, they could justify the custody portion of the case. This episode talks about this topic. It is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Should we live in the same house during divorce? You can also find out more about our Oklahoma City Divorce Law Office online or by calling 855-805-0595. 

    • 15 min
    Importance of showing up to court dates

    Importance of showing up to court dates

    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 attorney, the attorney can handle it for them.  Every situation is different and it's vital to discuss this with your lawyer.  However, this episode talks about the importance of showing up to court when there is any doubt whatsoever.  When a party doesn't show up to court, all kinds of bad things can happen.  The judge can also feel as if the case is not a priority.  This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Should I Show Up to Court?  You can also find out more about our Midwest Family Lawyers in Tulsa, Oklahoma and elsewhere by calling 855-805-0595. 

    • 15 min
    Inheritance and commingling in divorce

    Inheritance and commingling in divorce

    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 inheritance with marital funds, they may have converted this inheritance into marital property in the divorce. You can read more on this topic in an article titled: Inheritance and the perils of commingling. You can also find out more about commingling in divorce by calling our Topeka Kansas Divorce Lawyers today at 855-805-0595. 

    • 14 min
    Killing the golden goose

    Killing the golden goose

    In divorce or family law matters, many are tempted to kill the golden goose. In other words, to gain an apparent advantage in a divorce or custody case, they are tempted to loft scandalous allegations that have little or no merit.  In many case of these cases, this approach can actually backfire.  This episode explores this topic in more detail.  To read more on this topic, you can read the article titled: Think twice before killing the golden goose.  You can also find our more about our Tulsa, Oklahoma family lawyers online or by calling 855-805-0595. 

    • 15 min
    Missouri equal parenting bill moving forward

    Missouri equal parenting bill moving forward

    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 time. Nobody knows for sure whether this bill will become law.  But it seems to stand a good chance given how it passed the Missouri House of Representatives last year by a sweeing margin and now is being perfected for a vote in the Missouri Senate.  It would also mark a big change in Missouri custody litigation because it would create a rebuttable presumption that fifty-fifty custody should be entered in every case in Missouri.  To find out more, you can call us at 855-805-0595 or by reading about our custody lawyers online.  This podcast is based on an article titled: Missouri Equal Parenting Bill (HB1667) on the Doorsteps.  

    • 12 min
    Can any attorney help with a collaborative divorce?

    Can any attorney help with a collaborative divorce?

    The idea of a collaborative divorce sounds appealing to many when they consider the alternative of a custody divorce matter. Many wonder whether they can just hire any attorney for a collaborative divorce. They seem the term "collaborative" or other terms like "uncontested" or "noncontested" on lots of lawyers webpages and do not understand the difference. This article talks about this concept and is based on an article on Collaborative Divorce Representation titled: Can I Hire Any Attorney for a Collaborative Divorce?  Several attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC have also helped form the Missouri Collaborative Institute. You can also find out more information on collaborative divorce and family law by calling 855-805-0595. 

    You can find more related topics on the Collaborative Divorce Representation Blog. 

    • 15 min

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