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Jared Giuffre

Jared Anthony Giuffre
Stange Law Firm, PC
16024 Manchester Road Suite 103
Ellisville, MO 63011
Phone: 855-805-0595

About Jared Giuffre

Jared Kalina is an Associate Attorney with Stange Law Firm, PC. He can assist clients with their family law and divorce matters from our Ellisville, MO office in St. Louis County.


Jared Kalina is an Associate Attorney with Stange Law Firm, PC. He can assist clients with their family law and divorce matters from our Ellisville, MO office in St. Louis County.

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Jared Giuffre -
Stange Law Firm, PC
16024 Manchester Road Suite 103
Ellisville, MO 63011
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 855-805-0595

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Family LawP2100.00%


Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Missouri Member in Good Standing 2017

Work Experience

Position Duration
Associate Attorney-Stange Law Firm, PC 2018 – present


School Major Degree Year Graduated
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Juris Doctor 1998

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Man fights for paternal rights in court case

Posted on Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

For some, having a child outside of marriage could prove to be problematic when it comes time to see and form a relationship with the child. A recent news story gives details of one man's fight for hi... [read more]

Understanding types of child custody

Posted on Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

A common question for parents who are ending a marriage is, where will the children live? Many families want the most fair custody arrangement that is also in the best interest of the children. The tw... [read more]

Child support is key for your child's financial stability

Posted on Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Raising children can be expensive, but fear of being the sole financial supporter should not deter Missouri parents from seeking divorce. In most cases, custodial parents in Missouri will usually rece... [read more]

Here's why you need a surrogacy agreement

Posted on Thursday, January 18th, 2018

For families who are unable to have children through conventional methods, surrogacy may be a viable option. Many Missouri parents have wonderful relationships with the women who serve as sur... [read more]

Bitcoin could complicate high net worth divorce

Posted on Thursday, January 11th, 2018

Hiding assets during divorce proceedings is sadly not that uncommon. Missouri couples who are going through a high net worth divorce may understandably feel a strong urge to protect the assets that ar... [read more]

For Missouri fathers, child custody can be an uphill battle

Posted on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

Missouri fathers have an integral role to play in their children's lives. Unlike past generations, many people now acknowledge just how important it is for a child to have ready access to not just the... [read more]

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Hiding Assets: A Risk in Divorce and in Marriage

Posted on Friday, February 2nd, 2018

It doesn't seem like a big deal to a lot of people: just tucking away a little money on the side, maybe a small account or credit card unknown to the other spouse. However, for many people, this type ... [read more]

Dogs are more than property

Posted on Thursday, February 1st, 2018

For many years the courts throughout the country would use basic division of property laws and principles to divide household pets in divorce. One party is determined to get the pet and the other does... [read more]

Reasons to stay married and when it's time to get divorced

Posted on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

When some Missouri parents are considering divorce, they may question whether splitting up will have a major impact on the children. Depending on a family's situation, there may be reasons to stay mar... [read more]

Keeping assets separate without a prenuptial agreement

Posted on Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Prenuptial agreements may be one way for couples in Missouri and throughout the country to protect their finances. However, it may not be the only option to protect funds or other property brought int... [read more]

Common reason for divorce

Posted on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

There may be a number of reasons why the marriages of Missouri couples break down and end in divorce. One of those reasons is infidelity. This may be physical or just emotional, and it may happen once... [read more]

Unmarried couples and child custody rights

Posted on Monday, October 30th, 2017

A parent in Missouri or anywhere else in America has the right to seek child custody or visitation rights. This is true whether the child's parents were married at the time of birth. The law generally... [read more]

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Why isn’t divorce simple?

Posted on Saturday, October 21st, 2017

When many are going divorced, they wonder why a divorce isn’t simple? Why can’t parties just come into court and have their case completed right away? The reality is when parties got marri... [read more]

Collaborative lawyers cannot litigate

Posted on Saturday, June 10th, 2017

When deciding whether to try a collaborative divorce or not, some parties wonder what the incentive is for the attorneys to get the parties to a settlement? Some conclude that lawyers might not opt to... [read more]

Quick divorce can lead to future court cases

Posted on Monday, May 29th, 2017

When many come to the realization that a divorce is inevitable, many want the pain of it to end as quickly as possible. They don’t want to be in court. They don’t want to prolong and the a... [read more]

Collaborative divorce an option for high asset individuals

Posted on Sunday, May 14th, 2017

Many individuals going through a high net worth divorce may want to resolve their case amicably outside of court. They might want to, avoid litigation. They might not want to air their dirty laundry i... [read more]

What’s the harm in trying a collaborative divorce?

Posted on Saturday, April 15th, 2017

When many contemplate the idea of a collaborative divorce, they wonder whether it is worth trying.  Many ask whether a settlement can really be reached in collaborative divorce? In some cases, se... [read more]

How splitting the baby leads to unreasonable positions

Posted on Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

When a divorce takes place, many believe in the concept of splitting the baby.  In other words, if one party wants one result, and the other wants something different, the view is that the partie... [read more]

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Can you “win” a divorce or family case?

Posted on Sunday, February 4th, 2018

When many are looking for representation in a divorce or family law matter, many are looking for a lawyer who can “win” their case. The term “win” is commonly used and very imp... [read more]

Average cost of divorce roughly equals the average cost of a wedding

Posted on Sunday, January 21st, 2018

According to national data, the average cost of a wedding is approximately $35,000. Obviously, some larger weddings can cost more than this amount, while other smaller weddings can cost less. But this... [read more]

Alimony tax deduction will cease to exist in 2019

Posted on Sunday, January 7th, 2018

In a previous blog entry, we talked about how the House Tax Bill proposed the removal of the alimony tax deduction. In contrast, the Tax Bill that was pending in the Senate still included the alimony ... [read more]

Pet custody now an issue in Illinois divorce

Posted on Monday, January 1st, 2018

Divorce proceedings can already be contentious. It can difficult for many parties who are divorcing to reach a comprehensive agreement on all the issues in their case. But now pet custody might add an... [read more]

Alimony tax deduction in divorce may cease to exist

Posted on Sunday, November 26th, 2017

In many divorce cases, spousal support (also known as alimony in some states) is a key issue in dispute. One party might feel as if they are unable to meet their reasonable needs without spousal suppo... [read more]

Uncertainty of being heard on trial dates

Posted on Sunday, November 12th, 2017

Divorce and family law cases can take a lot of time. When a case does not settle, it can take many months to get a trial date in most instances. In some circumstances, it could even take more than a y... [read more]