Divorce & Family Lawyers in O’Fallon
The Marks Law Firm of O’Fallon
Address: 1001 Boardwalk Springs Pl #111, O’Fallon, MO 63368 | Call: (636) 695-4125
Divorce is one of the hardest challenges a family will ever face. Fear is a normal emotion that comes when you face the prospect of your family dynamic changing permanently, even though your family or friends think you have it “together.” You need to find the right divorce attorney for your needs at this vulnerable stage in your life.
Remember that divorce is rarely just about two people separating–it usually means the separation of an entire life together. That means the separation of a family, of property, of memories, and of the moments you’ve shared together. But instead of an ending, divorce is also a beginning: the beginning of a new chapter for your family. What this new chapter will look like is up to you.
Entrusting your future to our attorneys who have dedicated their career to family law ensures that your rights are protected throughout the process and that your best interests come first.
Located on Boardwalk Spring Place near Highway 40 and Winghaven Blvd in O’Fallon, MO, The Marks Law Firm serves divorce and family law clients in all of St. Charles County, including the cities of O’Fallon, St. Charles, St. Peters, Lake Saint Louis, and Wentzville. We have served the region as one of the most sought after family law firms for over fifteen years, and it is our privilege to bring our experience to your case.
The Marks Law Firm of O’Fallon provides legal representation for the following legal practices:
Our family law attorneys help individuals in matters related to divorce, child custody, and child support.
Get Help from The Marks Law Firm of O’Fallon
Many difficult questions you may have never thought you would need to ask must be addressed when a marriage is falling apart. With much of your future at stake, having an experienced, trusted attorney at your side can make the difference in how you properly care for your family and yourself following your divorce or separation. Lingering questions you may need to answer during this time include:
- What is the divorce process in Missouri like?
- What rights do I have in child custody issues?
- How do I make sure I get a fair share of the divided marital property?
- How can I protect my rights in divorce?
Our skilled attorneys can help you find the answers you need. Get help by scheduling a case evaluation.