Experienced Divorce Lawyers in St. Louis


We offer flexible appointment scheduling, with evening, weekend and off-site appointments available for your convenience. We strive to keep our divorce fees reasonable.


Divorce isn’t about winning or losing – it’s about moving from one phase of your life to the next. Settling your concerns and disputes in the most amicable way possible promotes a much more positive future for you and your children.

At Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, our attorneys help people throughout the greater Saint Louis, Missouri, area who are considering divorce or who have other family law issues. We focus on problem solving, working with you to seek effective and sensible solutions to difficult issues. We concentrate on planning for your family’s long term future and making choices that support your goals.

Contact us online or by calling (314) 354-8484 to schedule a free in-office or telephone consultation.

Effective Counsel in Divorce

Our knowledgeable Missouri divorce attorneys have successfully handled numerous divorce cases throughout the Saint Louis area. They know the divorce process and the local courts. This allows them to give you an accurate picture of how your divorce case will most likely proceed.

In either a divorce or separation agreement, many factors can come into play. We are prepared to assist you with all divorce-related matters, including property division, spousal support/alimony, child support, and child custody and visitation.

Division of Marital Property and Debt

In today’s tight economy, a large percentage of our divorce clients are concerned about the division of marital property and debt, particularly what will happen to the family home. Our background in real estate law, combined with our experience in family law, allows us to provide solutions that protect your best interests.

When dividing martial assets, we are able to handle concerns including:

  • Division and sale of the family home and other real estate interests
  • Division of pensions, retirement plans, 401(k)s and IRAS
  • QDROs
  • Division of business or partnership interests

Spousal Maintenance

Spousal maintenance, also known as alimony or spousal support, is one of the more difficult issues in a divorce. We assist clients whose divorces include the possibility of spousal maintenance. For example, in a long marriage where one spouse earns wages and the other stays home to raise children, it may be necessary to allow the stay-at-home parent a chance to build up their earning capacity.

Child Support, Custody and Visitation

In Missouri, child support is calculated using a formula. It is possible to get a variation from the child support formula if applying the formula would be unjust or unreasonable for any reason.

Child custody and visitation plans are called parenting plans in the state of Missouri. Parenting plans establish a child’s place of residence and primary guardianship and determine the time that each parent will have with the child.

Contact Our Saint Louis Area Law Office for a Free Consultation

For assistance with your divorce, contact our experienced Saint Louis, Missouri, divorce lawyers by e-mail or by calling (314) 354-8484 for more information. We provide a free consultation either by phone or in our office.

We offer flexible appointment scheduling, with evening, weekend and off-site appointments available for your convenience. We strive to keep our divorce fees reasonable.

Additionally, firm partner Joe Bante is also licensed to practice in Illinois. For more information, please contact the lawyers of Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP by calling (314) 354-8484.

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