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Ryan Bratcher

855-805-0595
Ryan  Bratcher
Stange Law Firm, PC
256 NE Tudor Road
Lee's Summit, MO 64086
www.stangelawfirm.com
Phone: 855-805-0595

About Ryan Bratcher

When thinking about a looming divorce or any family law matter(s) it can cause great stress. You want to find the proper law firm to handle your family law needs. The attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC handle only family law cases so you the client can feel a sense of ease when discussing your case. Ryan Bratcher is an Associate Attorney in our firm's Lee's Summit office. Ryan received his Bachelor ... read more »

Biography

When thinking about a looming divorce or any family law matter(s) it can cause great stress. You want to find the proper law firm to handle your family law needs. The attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC handle only family law cases so you the client can feel a sense of ease when discussing your case. Ryan Bratcher is an Associate Attorney in our firm's Lee's Summit office. Ryan received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rockhurst University and went on to obtain his Juris Doctor from Creighton University School of Law.

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Ryan Bratcher -
Stange Law Firm, PC
256 NE Tudor Road
Lee's Summit, MO 64086
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  • Office: 855-805-0595

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Family LawP210.00%
Alimony / Spousal SupportS29.00%
DivorceS29.00%
Child CustodyS29.00%
Child SupportS29.00%
Child VisitationS29.00%
Divorce MediationS29.00%
AdoptionS29.00%
Collaborative LawS29.00%
Property DivisionS29.00%
Prenuptial and Marital AgreementsS29.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Missouri Member in Good Standing 2011

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
Creighton University School of Law Juris Doctor 2011

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What is a home study in an adoption?

Posted on Sunday, September 9th, 2018

Many couples decide that they want to adopt a child. Adopting a child can certainly be a joyous experience for the family and the child. Sometimes, adoptions can be an international adoption where the... [read more]

What’s the difference between mediation and arbitration?

Posted on Sunday, September 2nd, 2018

In divorce or family law matters, lots of parties are looking to resolve their case outside of court through alternative dispute resolution. Instead of being before a judge who is making the decision ... [read more]

Is it getting better for fathers out there?

Posted on Sunday, August 26th, 2018

It was not that long ago that many fathers thought that they were almost always going to get a raw deal in the family courts. Instead of getting roughly the same amount of time as the mother, many fam... [read more]

All storms pass: Are you sure you want a divorce?

Posted on Sunday, August 5th, 2018

In many marriages, difficult times can arise. There will be times when conflicts arise. There will be times when you see things differently. There might even be times where you wonder if it can work. ... [read more]

The risks of bringing friends or family into an initial consultation

Posted on Sunday, July 29th, 2018

When a party is thinking about hiring a divorce or family law attorney, it can be a stressful time. For many, they might not have envisioned themselves ever being in a position where they would need a... [read more]

What happens when we cannot agree on sale terms for a house?

Posted on Sunday, July 15th, 2018

In many divorce cases, the parties own their home. When parties divorce and they own a home, there are typically only three options. The first option is that the husband keeps the house, but refinance... [read more]

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What is the role of the judge in collaborative divorce?

Posted on Sunday, September 9th, 2018

In a collaborate divorce, many wonder about the role of the judge. In other words, when does the judge come into play? How important is the judge? Parties even wonder whether they will end up seeing t... [read more]

What is a collaborative practice group?

Posted on Saturday, September 1st, 2018

For individuals who are looking to resolve their divorce or family law matter collaboratively, many are likely to discover that there are various collaborative practice groups out there. Many are not ... [read more]

Collaborative divorce and informal discovery

Posted on Saturday, August 4th, 2018

In traditional divorce proceedings, discovery can be a critical part of the divorce case. Discovery can entail all kinds of different discovery techniques. Discovery can entail issuing interrogatories... [read more]

Having a collaborative attorney with you can be comforting

Posted on Friday, July 13th, 2018

When many parties are going through a divorce, they decide to enter into negotiations with their spouse by themselves. They may engage in in-person negotiations. They may exchange emails, texts or let... [read more]

Calculation of child support in collaborative divorce

Posted on Sunday, May 13th, 2018

The calculation of child support can be an important issue in resolving a divorce or custody case. Parties can often get into contentious disputes in terms of child support calculations. If parties li... [read more]

When is collaborative divorce not appropriate?

Posted on Sunday, May 6th, 2018

There are lots of instances where a party ought to consider a collaborative divorce. A collaborative divorce can help parties reach a settlement outside court such that litigation may not be necessary... [read more]

Kansas City Family Law Blog

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Terminating parental rights in Missouri

Posted on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

After your divorce proceedings have been completed in Jackson County, the hope is that you and your now ex-spouse will be able to work together on those ongoing issues which require collaboration (nam... [read more]

License suspensions for child support arrears

Posted on Friday, August 24th, 2018

Oftentimes, married parents in Jackson County might have difficulties supporting themselves and their children. One can only imagine how much more difficult such as task becomes if and when such a cou... [read more]

What does the tax cut act mean for divorces?

Posted on Friday, August 10th, 2018

The president's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, slated to take effect Dec. 31 of this year, has added a new wrinkle to divorce proceedings in Missouri. Spouses headed for divorce and the attorneys representing... [read more]

Remember to revisit your will after your divorce

Posted on Friday, July 27th, 2018

After your divorce in Jackson County becomes final, you may feel a certain sense of finality. That feeling, however, may be fleeting, as you quickly realize just how much your now ex-spouse was involv... [read more]

How do I file for child custody?

Posted on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

If you are in a situation where you want custody of a child that you currently do not have legal custody of, then you have to go through the Missouri court system to gain those legal rights. According... [read more]

Music producer asked to increase child support payments

Posted on Friday, June 29th, 2018

Very often, the rewarding if child support payments in a divorce case in Jackson Count is often viewed as a punitive action. In reality, it is not designed to be so. Ex-spouses bickering over the amou... [read more]