Van Pelt Awarded Missouri Bar Association's 2015 Roger P. Krumm Family Law Practitioner of the Year Award
Richard Van Pelt of the law firm of Van Pelt & Van Pelt, P.C. in Springfield, Missouri, was awarded The Missouri Bar Association's 2015 Roger P. Krumm Family Law Practitioner of the Year Award at the 15th Annual Family Law Conference, August 8, 2015 in Branson, Missouri, by Missouri Bar President, Reuben Shelton, and Family Law Section Chairman, Tricia M. Scaglia.
Springfield, MO, January 21, 2016 (Newswire.com) - This award is given annually by The Missouri Bar's Family Law Section in honor of Roger Krumm, a family law attorney who possessed all the characteristics, skills and integrity of those who receive this award. The award winner is chosen due to their commitment, and dedication toward the improvement and advancement of the practice of family law and the children and families involved in family law matters.
Richard Van Pelt represent individuals in dissolution of marriage cases and related family law matters. His practice consists of two attorneys representing over 64 years of cumulative experience.
"We provide representation in Family Law matters, including Divorce, Settlement Negotiations, Mediations, Trial Practice, Modifications, Paternity, Business Divisions, Prenuptial Agreements, and Adoptions."
Richard Van Pelt, Attorney at Law
“Our goal is to provide quality legal service and counsel to you,” said Van Pelt. “We provide representation in Family Law matters, including Divorce, Settlement Negotiations, Mediations, Trial Practice, Modifications, Paternity, Business Divisions, Prenuptial Agreements, and Adoptions.”
Van Pelt received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Pittsburg State University in 1980. He received his Juris Doctor Degree in 1983 from the University of Missouri. Columbia Law School.
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