At Siegel & Irwin, LLC, our Missouri family law attorneys practice family law services in the Kansas City Metro. Our offices are conveniently located near you in Lee’s Summit, but our clientele includes Jackson, Clay, Cass, Platte, and Lafayette counties, as well as other surrounding counties. With decades of combined legal experience, the family attorneys at Siegel & Irwin, LLC have been providing family law services with great success. Our thorough understanding of Missouri family law enables our team to work across multiple counties in the Kansas City metro, making us a top choice as legal counsel in family law matters.
We recognize any changes in your family that require legal assistance can be extremely stressful and emotional. At Siegel & Irwin, LLC, we provide every client with personalized attention and high-quality family law services. Whether your family is experiencing a minor or complex change, our qualified family attorneys are here to help you navigate the legal process. Our family law attorneys advise you on all relevant legal issues and then navigate the legal process for you including filings, negotiations, mediation, and court proceedings. Learn more about our family law services below and contact our law firm located near you when you’re ready to begin the legal process.
A divorce or separation in a marriage can be a very difficult time in anyone’s life. It’s imperative to have an experienced family law attorney on your side to navigate the complex legal issues. Our law firm houses highly trained divorce attorneys that have served the greater Kansas City area for decades. If you need legal guidance on divorce or separation, reach out to our family attorneys for assistance.
Determining suitable child custody arrangements during a divorce or other circumstances is of utmost importance. Our family law firm specializes in complex child custody matters. Our Missouri family law attorneys will always put the needs of the child first as we work with our client to ensure an appropriate child custody arrangement.
Life inevitably changes over time. Modifications to prior judgments can happen when circumstances have changed for the parents of a child, and the custody or parenting time should be altered. When this need arises, the professional child custody attorneys at Siegel & Irwin, LLC can help you modify prior judgments and determine a path forward that works best for you and your children.
Child support is put in place to ensure that the child’s needs are met through financial contribution by both parents. Depending on the circumstances, child support can be provided by either parent. Our Kansas City family law attorneys will work with you to navigate Missouri law to determine and enforce any child support arrangements.
Paternity actions establish legal fatherhood of a child born to unwed parties. The paternity action can be brought by either parent of the child. Our paternity lawyers are well equipped to help advise clients throughout the legal process of fatherhood issues.
When you feel a child is unsafe from a spouse, relative, or guardian, it may be best to seek an order of protection. When an order of protection is in place, it carries criminal penalties if the offending party violates the order. Our family law attorneys at Siegel & Irwin, LLC have success in gaining these orders of protection in Missouri to help clients who feel their children are at risk.
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are vital to formally specifying how assets are distributed upon the dissolution of a marriage. Prenups and postnuptial agreements can protect both individuals and their property, while also minimizing future potential litigation. Our Missouri and Kansas family law attorneys can assist with planning and establishing an equitable prenuptial or postnuptial agreement for your marriage.
If you’re considering expanding your family through adoption, our family law attorneys can help. Whether you are a stepparent or grandparent, pursuing an adult adoption, or going through an agency, our adoption lawyers at Siegel & Irwin, LLC, will guide you through each step of the adoption process.
If you have been served by a sheriff’s deputy or private process server, it is important that you contact an attorney right away. There are important deadlines that must be met to ensure that your rights are protected, and the clock starts ticking once you have been served.
Simply because a case is designated “contested” does not automatically mean that there will be a trial. A trial is generally a last resort when settlement negotiation or mediation is unsuccessful. While many contested cases do reach a successful settlement, sometimes a trial becomes necessary to obtain a successful resolution.
The family law attorneys of Siegel & Irwin, LLC offer full-service family law counsel that is client-focused to deliver the best results for each client. Serving Missouri clients across the great Kansas City metro, our family law attorneys look forward to advising you in all your family law matters. Call our family law firm at (816) 836-9950 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.
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