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  • 5.0/5.0

    Michael Schecter is an effective and skilled family law attorney. He is consciensious and thourough litigator.

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Open for Business
The firm is open for business and, beginning May 18, 2020, we will generally be available by phone and email during normal business hours.  

We are taking steps to conform with applicable State and County orders and guidance to ensure the health and safety of our staff, clients, and others.  Therefore, we expect there will be limitations on physical access to the office for the time-being. 

Best Lawyers 2021

Mike Schechter has been voted into The Best Lawyers in America for 2021.  This is the tenth year in a row that Mike has received this distinction.

Anne Lageson has been voted into Best Lawyers in America for 2021. 

Ajla Alunovic has been voted into "Ones to Watch-Family Law" with Best Lawyers in America for 2021.

Super Lawyers 2020

Jeff Schechter has been voted into Super Lawyers for 2020, the eighth consecutive  year that Jeff has received this distinction.

Mike Schechter has also been voted into Super Lawyers for 2020 for the seventh consecutive year.


Missouri Lawyers Media 2020 "Up & Coming" Award Recipient

Ajla Alunovic has received the Missouri Lawyer's Media 2020 "Up  &Coming" Award.



MOTIONS TO MODIFY

Once a final judgment is entered, it is difficult to change existing domestic relations orders. However, it is possible to change child custody and support orders upon a showing of changed circumstances that justify the modification. For instance, perhaps the income or expenses of either spouse has changed, or the needs of the child have changed. Also, the need or desire for one parent to relocate out of state or a significant distance from the other parent may require the court to revisit the custody and visitation arrangement.