Child Custody

A divorce is often hardest on the children. Through vigorous negotiation, parties to a divorce can sometimes agree to a child custody arrangement that is best for their child.

When the court needs to decide on child custody, it is vital that you receive representation from an experienced family law attorney. You need to make sure your attorney understand the laws, can uncover evidence, and present a clear and compelling argument to the court.

Is your spouse a threat to the safety of your child? If so, your attorney may need to argue for sole physical custody.

Is your former spouse unfit to make decisions? Your attorney may want to secure sole legal custody as well.

An attorney at Langley Law Firm can help answer these questions and more. Working together, we can maximize your rights while minimizing the stress and uncertainty of your situation.

Having a family law attorney like Brian Langley on your side can help you focus on your children while he takes care of your legal case. We are centrally located in St. Louis County near Creve Ceour and Maryland Heights. Our office is near I-270 and Westport Plaza and just minutes away from downtown St. Louis, Brentwood, Chesterfield, Clayton, Ferguson, Florissant, Ladue, Richmond Heights, Manchester, St. Charles, St. Peters and Illinois. If you’re contemplating a divorce or need to modify your current child custody arrangement, please do not hesitate to call our office today for a free consultation with an attorney.

For questions, additional information or to setup your FREE consultation email us at or call us at (314) 216-7183.

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St. Louis, MO 63146

Our office is centrally located in St. Louis County at the border of Maryland Heights and Creve Ceour. Serving St. Louis County, St. Charles County, St. Louis City, St. Louis Region and Illinois.

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