Clearfield divorce attorney Ryan Stanger maintains a passion for helping you protect what is most valuable, your children and your property. His passion for family law began when he first started dealing with termination of parental rights appellate law as an intern in the Utah Supreme Court.
Now, having had first chair trial experience in divorce, alimony, and in defending against and pursuing termination of parental rights, Mr. Stanger is determined to leave each of his clients with a stable situation to protect their fundamental right to parent their children and manage their finances.
In order to protect parental rights, Mr. Stanger understands the importance of clearly defining each parent’s role through an enforceable parenting plan and specifically defined parent-time. He believes that the more parent-time you have with your children, whether it be overnight parent-time or through the exercise of the right of first refusal, the better chance you have to build the type of relationship you desire to have with your children and the type of relationship your children deserve to have with you.
Mr. Stanger follows the proverb of tennis legend Arthur Ashe, “One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation,” as his approach to successfully helping his clients.
“One of the key factors in letting an attorney be able to appropriately tell your story is to provide your attorney evidence and background information so your attorney is prepared in court,” Mr. Stanger said. “If you spend the time to organize your story for your attorney, then he will be able to focus on details and strategy and give you the best chance of success.”