About Rudolf Angulo
Family Law matters can cause a great deal of stress and confusion, which is why it is important that you hire an attorney who is both empathetic to your needs, and driven to get you the best result possible. Rudolf Angulo is an Associate Attorney in our Clayton, Missouri office. Rudolf graduated from the University of Missouri- St. Louis with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and went on to receiv... read more »
Family Law matters can cause a great deal of stress and confusion, which is why it is important that you hire an attorney who is both empathetic to your needs, and driven to get you the best result possible.
Rudolf Angulo is an Associate Attorney in our Clayton, Missouri office. Rudolf graduated from the University of Missouri- St. Louis with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and went on to receive his Juris Doctor from St. Louis University School of Law. Prior to working at Stange Law Firm, Rudolf worked for Legal Services of Eastern MO in their Family Court Project. While in law school, Rudolf interned at SLU Law’s Civil Litigation Clinic as well as ArchCity Defenders, where he gained litigation experience both in Civil and Administrative mattes.
When Rudolf is not at work, he enjoys watching St. Louis Cardinals games, going on jogs and hikes, attending concerts, playing video games, and watching Science Fiction movies. Rudolf is also fluent in Spanish.
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|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|Alimony / Spousal Support||S2||11.00%|
|Prenuptial and Marital Agreements||S2||11.00%|
|Missouri||Member in Good Standing||2018|
|Saint Louis University School of Law||Juris Doctor||2018|
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