Turken & Porzenski, L.L.C.
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Attorneys John Wagner & Joseph Porzenski

Helping You Put The
Pieces Of Your Life Back

A Family Law Firm Dedicated To Achieving Your Legal Goals

At Turken & Porzenski, L.L.C., we provide a wide range of family law services to clients throughout St. Charles County. Our team of knowledgeable legal professionals is dedicated to treating clients with compassion and obtaining individualized results.

Contact us online or call 636-352-1619 or 888-875-1907 to schedule a consultation. We will take the time to listen to your concerns and help guide you through the legal process.


Undergoing a divorce is one of the most difficult life transitions you will ever make. We will help ease your transition by providing you with dependable legal guidance. We will work to negotiate a favorable divorce settlement regarding marital asset division, custody plans and spousal support. We will also aggressively pursue your interests in court if we cannot come to favorable settlement.

Our family law attorney, Joseph J. Porzenski, has more than 15 years of experience and is capable of handling complex divorces which involve variety of complex issues involving substantial assets, professional practices, business ownership, spousal support, child custody disputes and child support.

Paternity Disputes

We represent both mothers and fathers in obtaining legal resolution to paternity disputes. Once paternity is established, we can assist you in obtaining child custody and support orders.

Prenuptial Agreement

We can help you obtain a sense of security by assisting you in drafting a prenuptial agreement that takes your unique situation into account. Whether you are entering your first marriage, have children from a previous marriage, or are concerned about ensuring your personal wealth is protected at all times, a prenuptial agreement will help alleviate your worries and allow you to focus on your marriage.

Post-Decree Modifications

Certain situations, such as job loss, promotion, re-marriage, and the birth of a new child, can justify making changes to existing child custody, child support and alimony orders. We will take the time to understand your situation and inform you of the likelihood you will be able to obtain a post-decree modification.

Contact Our Dedicated Family Legal Professionals Today

Please contact us to receive effective legal representation from an experienced Missouri family law lawyer. Call us at call 636-352-1619 or 888-875-1907.