GARY T. SOULE
One of the most important decisions a person makes when faced with a legal matter is who to hire as their lawyer. The choice of a lawyer is a critical factor in determining how difficult the process of resolving your legal matter will be. Your lawyer should reassure you without giving you unrealistic expectations about the outcome of your case.
I am an experienced St. Louis family law attorney, providing effective, efficient, and compassionate legal services to clients facing a wide range of problems from the most basic and amicable to the most complex and contentious -- as well as everything in between.
I am known for my “count-on-ability” and understand that often my clients are making decisions that will affect them for the rest of their lives. I work with my clients to identify problems, gather information and set realistic goals. Rather than assessing blame and remaining stuck in the past, I can help you envision a better future through creative problem solving. I can then help you make informed choices after being educated about the law and its effects on your case.
- Family law
- Collaborative Practice
- Grandparents' rights
- Parent coordinator
- Guardian ad litem
- Juvenile law, including abuse and neglect cases
- Guardianships for minors or adults
- Mental health law
- Estate planning
- Small business matters
- Second opinions, case review
Thank you for all your care and concern while handling my Legal Separation. You thoroughly explained all my options and you were always supportive. You encouraged me when I was down, and at times even made me laugh! You made it much easier for me to deal with a difficult decision.
(Representing Wife in ending marriage of over 40 years. )
Alex, Martin, and I would like to thank you for helping Alex be successful in being identified as the residential parent for Luke when he starts school. This has been an extremely stressful time for our family and we truly appreciate everything you have done. Have a wonderful holiday season!!!
Alex, Martin, and Betty
Representing Young Father with pre-school child in divorce case.