Divorce Law

We understand that a divorce, custody battle, modification or contempt action can be emotionally  
and financially devastating for everyone involved. Your case is important to us. Our lawyers take 
great pride in the personal attention we deliver to all of our clients. No matter how simple or complex 
your divorce case maybe, we strive to get you the best outcome possible. At Boehmer Law LLC 
you will receive our personal attention, fervent legal representation, and be guided step by step 
through the process.


When you hire one of our expert Divorce Attorneys, we will work hard for you and with you to decide if your case needs to be litigated, or if it is not 
necessary to go to court. We will settle cases that can be settled and litigate those that need a court 
resolution. If you are facing a divorce or other related family law matter, it is essential to hire an 
attorney who can aggressively litigate and effectively fight for your rights. 
To discuss your case, please contact our office today to make your appointment with one of our award- winning 
St. Charles Divorce Lawyers
 for a free consultation at 636-896-4020.

Contested Divorce and Uncontested Divorce
At Boehmer Law we work directly with men and women throughout the entire divorce process. Our attorneys can help you file for divorce, file a motion to modify a divorce decree, or file documents to enforce a final divorce decree. We handle all matters related to a divorce, including child custody, visitation, child support, alimony or spousal maintenance, and the equitable division of marital assets.   We have aggresive Divorce Attorneys waiting to help fight for you.

When you work with us, be assured that we aggressively pursue our clients' goals and best interests. In contested divorces, we will negotiate with the other party and attempt to agree on a settlement that is tailored to our clients' goals and needs. If the negotiated settlement cannot be amicably settled for our clients and the parties do not come to an agreement, we will enforce our clients' rights under Missouri law at trial. We will keep you up to date with communications to let you know what is happening throughout the entire process.

We can also help you with a non-contested divorce. We offer the same knowledge, expertise and level of service as in contested divorces. Even though your divorce is non-contested remember that divorces are sometimes unpredictable, and the proceeding can turn away from your favor very quickly. It is important to note that once a judgment is entered by the court, it can be difficult to modify that order. Remember, a lawyer can explain your rights, the rules for filing for divorce, and answer your questions about topics like property, children, and support. No one at court, other than YOUR LAWYER can give you legal advice. That means you cannot ask the judge, clerks or other court staff for advice about your case. You must follow the same rules that lawyers follow. That can be very difficult if you do not know the law, so even if you have a non-contested divorce—call us to see how we can help you. 

As a divorce can be a difficult time, we accept many forms of payment such as credit or debit cards and we also set up payment plans when appropriate

Alimony and Spousal Maintenance
Alimony, also known as spousal maintenance or support, is central to divorce proceedings. It is determined on a case-by-case basis and should always be assessed by an experienced attorney that can help you decide whether to request support and if so, how much. Also, if a spouse is requesting that you pay him or her spousal maintenance, we can help you understand and know your rights so you do not overpay.

At Boehmer Law, our divorce lawyers understand the importance of determining an appropriate amount of spousal maintenance as we thoroughly evaluate each case and pay strict attention to details of your specific case to fight for your rights.

Child Custody Issues
Children are the most significant things to our lives and families. Therefore, when the courts are going to determine your custody or parental rights, it is crucial to hire a child custody attorney who knows child custody law and how it is practiced. We can help explain the difference between physical and legal custody, describe the role and importance of a guardian ad litem (GAL), and most essential to you, assess what is in the best interests of your child(ren).

At Boehmer Law, our St. Charles Divorce Attorneys help clients with all types of issues related to child custody rights. Whether clients need to establish custody rights or file a motion to modify existing custody rights, our lawyers are dedicated to achieving your objectives. 

Call now for your free consultation visit at 636-896-4020

Divorce Law and What We Do:

  • Contested Divorce
  • Non-Contested Divorce
  • Custody
  • Sole Legal and Sole Physical Custody
  • Paternity Actions
  • Alimony
  • Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
  • Mediation
  • Hidden Assets
  • Supervised Visitation
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