Getting a divorce is one of the biggest changes a person will ever make. When you are facing such a dramatic shift in your reality, you need a lawyer who is sympathetic and willing to listen. Family law attorney Randy Flow is ready to fight for you and make sure you receive a fair settlement of your assets and custody concerns. The best approach is for attorneys and clients to work to reach an agreement that is fair and equitable to each party and the children if there are children. However, if you are not able to settle, you need an attorney who will be a vigorous advocate for you, and that is Randy Flow.
Even if you were never married, Randy Flow can help you establish paternity and protect your parental rights. He knows how to make the Missouri family laws work for you to get the custody, parenting time, and child support that is best for you and your children.
The Flow Law Office takes on a variety of different family law issues including:
Throughout his legal career, Attorney Randy Flow of Fulton, Missouri has made divorce and family law his primary area of practice. He knows how to treat a divorce with respect while still advocating for your best resolution. Missouri does not require there to be fault to release you from a troubled marriage. Flow Law will help you demonstrate your marriage is irretrievably broken so you can receive a formal Dissolution of Marriage and move on with your life.
Emotions are certain to run high whenever there are children involved and a relationship breaks down. At the Flow Law Office, you know your case will be handled personally to ensure that a paternity or child custody award is in the best interests of you and your child. Flow will explain the factors the court uses to decide custody and help you develop the strongest case for your preferred parental visitation arrangement.
When you leave a marriage, you will often find yourself living in a home built on two incomes, that is now only supported by one. The Flow Law Office will help you determine the right amount of child support and, if needed and warranted, spousal maintenance (once referred to as "alimony"). This money will provide you the financial assistance you need to get through the transition and pay for the things your family needs.
Over time, support needs change. If you find yourself unable to pay your monthly support obligations because of a loss of employment or a change in circumstances, or if your ex-spouse's situation has significantly changed, the Flow Law Office can often help you modify your child support and spousal maintenance orders to better fit the reality of your present circumstances.
Life goes on after a divorce, and sometimes changes happen that require a post-divorce modification. You and the children in your custody may need to relocate for a better job. Or your ex-spouse may be trying to relocate, and you do not want that to happen because you do not think it will be in your child's best interest. You may need to adjust your parenting time arrangements. Or your co-parent's behavior may call for a change in custody all together. Custody lawyer Randy Flow will help you evaluate your options and decide whether you need a new court order given your change in circumstances.
In the most contentious family court cases, the judge will sometimes appoint a guardian ad litem (GAL) to represent the children and their best interests separate from either parent. Family law attorney Randy Flow is a trained guardian ad litem who knows how to put a child's interest first. Whether he is appointed by a court or advising a private client, this training helps Flow understand the needs of children during and after a divorce.
With any family court case, it is essential that you understand and trust your lawyer. The Flow Law Office offers free initial consultations so you can get to know Attorney Randy Flow and decide if he is the right lawyer for you. He will explain the process and help you know what to expect. If you are considering a divorce or family court action, contact the Flow Law Office today to schedule a free consultation.