St. Louis Family Law Center

We work closely with you every step of the way in your divorce. Divorce is never easy and the legal process can seem daunting, but we are here to provide the guidance, counsel and representation that you need at this critical time. Call us now.

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Firm Overview

At St. Louis Family Law Center, we put our clients first and are anxious to assist you. We are ready to answer your questions, work tirelessly on your behalf and reach meaningful solutions.

At St. Louis Family Law Center, we pride ourselves on being approachable, understandable and accessible. We will always respond promptly to emails and phone calls.

We offer a flat rate for uncontested divorce cases of just $475 plus any additional court filing fees.

Main Office

St. Louis Family Law Center
75 West Lockwood Avenue, Suite 1
St. Louis  MO  63119

  • 314.315.4117
  • 314.961.5020

James Schleiffarth

Attorney Jim Schleiffarth oversees all divorce cases at the St. Louis Family Law Center. Jim works hard for his clients and is committed to reaching meaningful and timely solutions in divorce. Mr. Schleiffarth previously worked for one of the largest law firms in St. Louis and uses his years of experience and guide and counsel his clients. A native St. Louisan, Jim is active in his community and belongs to numerous service, professional and civic organizations.

  • Bar Number: Missouri Bar
  • Bar Number: Illinois Bar
  • Indiana University School of Law
    Bloomington, IN

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