Get Professional Advice and Representation from a Divorce Attorney in St. Louis, MO

Divorce is one of the most stressful events that can happen in a person’s life. Dealing with the legal process while emotions run high is a challenge that you shouldn’t have to face on your own. Margot Beasley is a compassionate and experienced divorce attorney who can help you navigate your situation and protect your interests.


The terms of your divorce can have a lasting impact on your financial situation, your relationship with your children, and many aspects of your life. Issues such as asset division, child custody, child support, and alimony need to be dealt with thoughtfully. You can count us to support you throughout this difficult time and ensure that your voice is heard. Contact the Law Offices of Margot H. Beasley in St. Louis, MO to get the support and representation you need.

We Can Assist You with Asset Division in Your Divorce Case

Uncontested Divorce: This occurs when both parties are able to negotiate and amicably agree upon the terms of their divorce without the need for litigation. This may occur through divorce mediation, a process in which both parties meet with one third-party mediator who helps them through the issues and the legal process. Alternatively, both parties can bring their own legal representation to a meeting to negotiate the terms of their divorce.


Contested Divorce: When the two parties cannot reach an agreement outside of court, they will have to hire attorneys to represent them in court. Contested divorce can be a lengthy and expensive process, so it is recommended that divorcing couples try to work out their terms amicably before pursuing litigation. Unfortunately, these talks frequently break down. When you need a divorce attorney to fight for your interests in court, we are here to stand up for you and help protect your future.


Asset Division: One of the major concerns in any divorce case is the division of marital assets and debts. You must define what is marital property and what is separate property before deciding how to divide marital assets. Disputes over “who gets what” are common. Assets may include the family home, vehicles, furniture, personal belongings, shared bank accounts, retirement accounts, investment accounts, and more.


High-Asset Divorce: Divorcing couples who have a substantial amount of wealth or complex financial situations have even greater challenges to overcome in this process. We have experience helping couples who have many complex assets, own businesses, and more. We partner with trusted financial, and business experts to provide the court with the best evidence of asset values and equitable division of assets.

Consult With a Divorce Lawyer Today and Get the Guidance You Need

Get the help you need to move forward in the divorce process and protect what you care about. Get in touch with the Law Offices of Margot H. Beasley to speak with a divorce attorney now. Call (314) 727-5533 or fill out our online contact form to request a free initial consultation.

Check Us Out Online



Get the guidance you need to take the next step forward

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top