Helping Mid-Missouri Families with Divorce, Child Custody and Modification
Jefferson City Divorce Attorney
At Call & Gentry Law Group, we are privileged to have Paul T. Graham affiliated with our team in an of counsel role. Paul is renown for zealous representation of his family law clients, outstanding legal brief writing, seeing the big picture and paying attention to the details that impact families facing divorce. As a father to three grown women, Paul understands how important it is to consider children when representing individuals in a divorce. Where emotions may run high and tempers may flare, a voice of experience and calm control can make a tremendous difference in the ultimate outcome.
Experience Handling High Net Worth Divorces
Paul Graham has over 30 years of experience representing family law clients from a multitude of economic backgrounds. Some of the most difficult divorces, however, involve high net worth divorces where significant assets are at stake. Perhaps one spouse brought a large inheritance to the marriage, or perhaps one spouse put the other through medical school. Or perhaps the couple together has built a thriving business but the marriage has crumbled. Regardless of the circumstances, Paul can take on the most difficult of cases. With a diverse educational background including a Ph.D. in English and loads of practical accounting and business experience, Paul knows how to smell out foul play and expose hidden assets. He will engage in written discovery - tools used by the attorney to track down all assets of the marriage, whether they be hidden bank accounts, stocks, retirement accounts, or money tucked away by "shady accounting." If necessary, Paul knows when to hire experts to appraise assets or offer opinions to fairly value assets of the marriage.
Help in Mid-Missouri with Modification of Your Prior Divorce Decree
Let's face it. Sometimes, divorce cases are not decided in a way that seems fair to all involved. When that happens, one side or the other may feel angry, frustrated, upset and overwhelmed by the outcome. Divorce decrees may require a divorcing spouse to pay child support or spousal maintenance for extended periods of time, or have specific guidelines on custody of children. As time goes on, however, changes in circumstances may cause the original divorce decree to become even more unfair and one-sided. Call & Gentry Law Group can seek a motion to modify these decrees based on changed circumstances since the original divorce, and thereby correct the fundamental unfairness. Let Call & Gentry Law Group be your attorneys and help you with your family law case, be it divorce, child custody issues or motions to modify. Our experience is the difference. Call to speak with family law attorney Paul Graham today at 573-644-6090 or email us at email@example.com.