Reason and Experience in Divorce Law
Zerman Mogerman LLC provides an effective voice of reason and experience in the field of divorce, matrimonial and family law. Our divorce attorneys discreetly and assertively represent people in dissolution of marriage proceedings, legal separations, prenuptial agreements, proceedings to modify existing decrees, proceedings to enforce existing decrees, proceedings to collect child and spousal support, and in certain paternity cases. We also handle appeals of family law cases.
Our divorce lawyers represent men and women in the city and county of St. Louis, Missouri, and surrounding areas in Missouri. Our practice is limited exclusively to divorce, matrimonial and family law, and while the focus of our practice is upon complex cases involving substantial assets, business interests, professional practices, contested child custody issues, and appellate practice, we also routinely represent individuals in less complicated cases with efficiency and meticulous care.
Our firm consists of five of the best divorce attorneys in St. Louis representing over one hundred and thirty years of cumulative experience in these matters. We make every reasonable effort to negotiate satisfactory settlements in these difficult cases — but when settlement proves impossible, we are prepared to persuasively and effectively try the case in court.
Zerman Mogerman LLC has been listed as a "Tier 1" law firm for Family Law in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area in the 2018 U.S. News - Best Lawyers listing of "Best Law Firms", and has been so recognized since U.S. News and Best Lawyers initiated its ranking system.
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Available on Amazon
A Guide to Missouri Divorce: Simple Answers to Complex Questions, by firm members Cary J. Mogerman and Joseph J. Kodner, is now available! Published by Addicus Books of Omaha, Nebraska, A Guide to Missouri Divorce provides concise information about Missouri divorce law as well as practical information and guidance about the process of obtaining a divorce in our state. The book is written in an easy, question-and-answer format, and contains a highly detailed index for easy reference to the information it contains. A Guide to Missouri Divorce: Simple Answers to Complex Questions is available on Amazon.com.