LGBTQ Family Law Representation
Same-sex marriage has been legal in Missouri since it became legal nationwide in 2015. For many people, this means that marriage and divorce are legally the same for people in same-sex relationships, including marriages involving transgender individuals, as for people in heterosexual relationships. In spite of this relatively recent development, same-sex married couples and those who have been in domestic partnerships with members of the same sex often find themselves facing unique legal needs.
At Tomich Law Firm, we welcome all Missourians to seek our advice and advocacy in divorce litigation, child custody and support cases, stepparent adoption and other family law cases.
What Unique Factors May Have An Impact On Your Same-Sex Family Law Situation?
Our attorneys sometimes hear from prospective clients who seek guidance regarding marriage, divorce or parenthood for same-sex couples in Missouri in light of any of the following:
- Past domestic partnerships previously registered in other states
- Name and gender changes on official government documents
- Assisted reproductive technology (ART), including surrogacy contracts and associated legal processes
- Adoption and related issues
Whatever your concerns or circumstances are, please know that we are here for you at Tomich Law Firm. With years of experience and a high standard for legal excellence, we work to help clients solve problems that stand in their way. Your case is vitally important to you, and chances are that we have heard of or seen similar cases before. We are well-equipped to serve you with your best interests at the heart of all advice that we provide. You can count on no-nonsense plain truths as well as clear explanations and understandable directions for your next chapter in life.
Speak With An Attorney Who Understands Your Legal Journey Ahead
No question is off the mark at Tomich Law Firm in St. Charles. We are here to help you move forward with confidence. Call us at 636-735-7854 or send an email message to start the conversation with a lawyer about your same-sex marriage, divorce, co-parenting or related issues in St. Charles County, St. Louis County or nearby.