Fight for Child Custody in St. Louis

Retain a Child Custody Lawyer Devoted to Your Interests- (314) 684-8364

If you are involved in a family law dispute or child custody dilemma, don't go through the process alone. When you come to Hogan Law Group, LLC, you can proceed confidently knowing that you have a trusted ally at your side at all times, from beginning to end.

With more than 20 years of experience under our belts, we understand how to handle all types of child custody matters. Whether you are fighting a disgruntled former spouse or any other type of obstacle, our legal team is prepared to help.

Get our proven credentials on your side today by contacting our St. Louis family law attorney.

Why Hire Hogan Law Group for Your Custody Case?

At our firm, we help you understand your legal options and the potential advantages or consequences of your decisions regarding or involving any type of child custody or family law matter.

When you call on us, you can rest assured that you will benefit from the following:

  • Personalized legal counsel
  • Proper legal credentials
  • Open lines of communication
  • Proven experience
  • Aggressive and dedicated support
  • Commitment to your case

We exercise extreme caution as we guide your family through any child custody matter. It is our goal to make certain that every family member walks away from a divorce with their rights protected.

What if my spouse and I cannot agree on a custody arrangement?

If you and your former spouse cannot agree on a custody plan, the court will intervene and act on your behalf. A family law judge will look at several factors in order to determine what the best child custody plan is for your entire family and make the decision for you and your former spouse.

The court will take the following factors into consideration:

  • Proposed parenting plans
  • The needs of the child for frequent, continued, and meaningful relationships with both parents
  • The ability of parents to perform their functions as mother and father
  • The interaction of the child with parents, siblings, and other friends or family members
  • The child's adjustment to a new home, school, or community
  • The mental and physical conditions of all individuals involved
  • The intention of either parent to relocate the primary residence of the child
  • In some cases, the wishes of the child

The court's goal is to provide the child with the best possible means of remaining actively involved with both parents. What is in the best interest of your child may end up being left to the discretion of a judge who knows little to nothing about your child, your family, and your unique situation.

Don't risk your parenting rights. Call us today!

You deserve to play an active role in the development of your child. With the right representation, you and your former spouse can reach a mutually satisfactory agreement. If we exhaust every avenue and still cannot make an agreement with an uncooperative spouse, however, we can be trusted to represent your rights and your child's best interests in a court of law.

Contact our firm today to find out more about how our family lawyer in St. Louis can help you!