Hais, Hais & Goldberger, P.C.

Hais, Hais & Goldberger, P.C. is a law firm dedicated exclusively to the practice of family law in the Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Specifically, we represent individuals in dissolution of marriage proceedings, legal separations, paternity cases, motions to modify child custody or support, proceedings to enforce existing decrees, child relocation cases, and family law appeals. For over thirty years, our firm has sought to bring our clients exceptional and cost-effective service with superior results.

Hais, Hais & Goldberger, P.C. consists of seven attorneys, including Susan Hais, all of whom are entirely devoted to the practice of family law, and who collectively have combined legal experience of over 100 years. Our attorneys, along with our exceptional support staff, are committed to you and your family’s needs during the difficult and complex process of divorce.

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Watch: Odell Beckham Jr. goes deep in a different way during MLB turn

In case you’ve forgotten, Odell Beckham Jr. is a freakish athlete. He’s amazing at football, and he looks to be pretty darn good at basketball (see here and here) and baseball, too.

The Giants wide receiver showed off his diamond ability again Friday when he took batting practice with the Tampa Bay Rays. Rocking a Blake Snell throwback Devil Rays jersey, he rocked a pair of pitches over the wall at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif.

In June of 2010, Panthers receiver Steve Smith broke his arm playing football … flag football, at a local YMCA.

“They were messing around, the ball went over his head and he slipped,” Smith’s agent, Derrick Fox, told ESPN. “He put his arm out to brace himself. When he did he felt a sharp pain. He went in (Sunday) afternoon to have an X-ray and it showed a break.”

Smith had surgery to have a small plate and screws inserted in his arm, but he returned to full health in time for the regular season.

According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Ravens signed the third-round tackle to his four-year, $3.491 million deal.

That leaves just three unsigned Ravens picks, as first-rounders Hayden Hurst and Lamar Jackson and fellow third-rounder Mark Andrews have yet to sign.

Brown, the son of the late Ravens tackle of the same name, was one of the most decorated players in college but slid after a poor combine workout. He’s working to lose weight to become more mobile, but he’s probably always going to be massive (6-foot-8, and 340 if he hasn’t lost a pound lately).

The Cowboys have appeared more times on “MNF” than any other team, Jones proudly told Madison Avenue media buyers Tuesday. With Jones, it’s all about the Star, all the time.

“We’re always saying, ‘Please, look at us,'” Jones said.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson writing memoir “Fearless” due out in August

Doug Pederson can add “author” to his resume right behind “Super Bowl winning head coach.”

The former NFL quarterback and head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles is writing a memoir chronicling his career as a backup quarterback, assistant coach and the Eagles’ journey to their first Super Bowl title in February.

It’s unclear whether this is the end of it, or whether the NFL will conduct its own investigation. In theory, Brandon could end up seeking employment with another NFL team. It would make sense for the league to come to its own conclusion as to whether Brandon did what he was accused of doing, and whether he was indeed deceitful when faced with the facts.

For many employers, lack of truthfulness in connection with an internal investigation provides independent grounds for termination, regardless of whether the underlying allegations can be substantiated.

“I’m able to do a lot of things that I couldn’t do back in January, February,” Freeman said, via Vaughn McClure. “Running, cutting, sprinting — getting a little stronger. . . . Making hard cuts; sprinting a little faster. The progress is getting better and better each day. So I’m just going along with the program.”

Freeman didn’t have surgery to correct the damage, and said he just wanted to “continue to get better” leading up to training camp and the regular season.

“I just want to take it one day at a time,” he said. “I had a performance I didn’t like [last] season. My mindset is I can never let that happen again. With that being said, just being 100 percent healthy is everything because I want to be free. I want to be full-go all the time. I don’t want to be slowing down because of no nagging injury or I’m injured trying to go and I know I can’t go.”

Report: Eagles will sign Joe Callahan

The Eagles are expected to sign quarterback Joe Callahan, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports.

The Packers waived Callahan on Monday.

The Eagles explored signing J.T. Barrett before he signed with the Saints.

Originally a fifth-round choice of the Giants out of UCLA in 2016, Perkins made five career starts and appeared in 25 regular season games. Perkins’ time with the Giants included 153 carries for 546 yards and 23 catches for 208 yards, but has yet to score his first NFL touchdown.

Around the NFL’s Chris Wesseling ranks his top 10 offenses heading into the 2018 season.

Report: Lions head coach Matt Patricia indicted, not tried, in 1996 sexual assault case

Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia was arrested, charged and later indicted by a grand jury on one count of aggravated sexual assault in 1996, but never stood trial or faced a conviction, according to a report in The Detroit News published on Wednesday. The alleged incident occurred while Patricia was a member of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s football team and involved one of his teammates as well.

The accuser declined to testify, and prosecutors were forced to dismiss the case before it could be tried. A hand-written note from the Cameron County Assistant District Attorney’s January 1997 motion to dismiss said that the “victim does not feel she can face the pressures or stress of a trial,” according to the report.

Cowboys get tight end in fourth round, taking Dalton Schultz

With Jason Witten headed toward retirement, the Cowboys were expected to address tight end at some point in this draft. They waited longer than some expected.

Dallas took Stanford tight end Dalton Schultz with the final pick of the fourth round, No. 137 overall.

Schultz started 31 games, played in 40, and caught 55 passes for 555 yards and five touchdowns. He bypassed his final season to enter the draft.

Schultz’s college stats compare to Witten’s at Tennessee. In 36 games with the Volunteers, Witten made 68 catches for 797 yards and seven touchdowns before the Cowboys made him a third-round pick.

Davis was fired from her Saints job in January over rumors that she was at the same party as a Saints player (the rulebook forbids any fraternization with players) and a photo posted on her private Instagram account.

In the photo she is wearing a one-piece lace bodysuit, deemed to violate the team’s rule of no nude, semi-nude or lingerie shots.

(Her mother has since voluntarily resigned.)They said I had a ‘dirty face’ in the picture, Davis says.

It was a serious face, the same face I make in the photo on all the posters we give to kids.

That makes it all the more surprising that Bryant turned down an offer from the Ravens, which was reportedly in the neighborhood of the three-year, $21 million contract Baltimore previously gave to receiver Michael Crabtree. If most teams aren’t even willing to pay Bryant $1 million, why turn down an offer of $7 million?

If Bryant is truly willing to play for anything to stay in the NFC East, and Washington, Philadelphia and the New York Giants are all unwilling to offer him even the league minimum, that says a lot about what teams think the 29-year-old Bryant has left at this point in his career.

Witten, one of the sport’s finest tight ends and a likely Hall of Famer, retired from the Dallas Cowboys earlier this month to move into the booth.

McFarland won two Super Bowls as a player and has been an analyst for ESPN and SEC Network for four years.

He will be ”Monday Night Football’s” first field-level analyst.

Grading Jets’ 2018 NFL Draft picks

Namath has yet to speak with Darnold, and said he won’t offer the kid advice unless he asks. And if Darnold does ask, what would Namath tell him?

It’s not a quick answer, Namath said. One of the things that saved me in my life was learning to ignore any of the hype or stuff or publicity. I would just stay away from the critiquing from the outside world and focus on his work.

There is no word yet on how Rodgers feels about head coach Mike McCarthy’s recent praise of new backup DeShone Kizer, but that’s the kind of talk that might prompt Big Ben to fake retirement or send Brady off to wallow in discontentment before a captive audience at the Gordon Gekko Institute for ’80s Style Moneygrubbing.

And then there’s Baltimore, where new quarterback Lamar Jackson revealed that Joe Flacco has not spoken to him since the draft, and John Harbaugh has talked about getting Jackson on the field during the Ravens rookie camp, an arrangement Flacco bristled against in the past.

Flacco isn’t one to send verbal messages of dissatisfaction, because Flacco’s idea of a juicy quote is to read off his license plate number to the teller at a DMV. Also, Flacco has real reason to worry about his job security, unlike his fellow sad-emoji quarterbacks, so he can’t afford any Roethlisberger-style talk-radio venting. But a two-minute phone conversation would have forestalled a lot of unnecessary drama, assuming Flacco thinks such drama is unnecessary.

Engram struggled to contain his excitement over the offense’s potential with himself, Beckham, Barkley, and Shepard all on the field at the same time this upcoming season.

It has a lot of potential, Engram said Tuesday during the BTIG Charity Day. We have to put the work in, though. We have to produce. We have to get it done. We’ll have a lot of talent on the field, we just have to put it together.

Last season, the Giants offense muddled through a 3-13 season that saw the offense average just 96.8 yards per game.

The lack of a viable running game combined with a season-ending ankle injury suffered by Beckham in a Week 4 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers put plenty of added pressure on Engram as a rookie.

After catching 64 passes for 722 yards and six touchdowns last season, Engram is looking forward to a much more balanced offensive attack, perhaps even one that funnels through Barkley and the running game as a focal point.

Antonio Callaway says he takes responsibility for positive drug test

Cleveland Browns rookie wide receiver Antonio Callaway said his positive drug test at this year’s scouting combine was the result of a dilute sample and that he’s taking steps to put his troubled past behind him.

It was not clear from the team’s announcement whether Avril will try to resume his career. Avril told The Players’ Tribune that he’s undecided on whether to continue playing.

As of right now, I’m not sure what the future holds for me. A lot of people have been asking me if I’m considering retirement, and all I can really say is that I’m working closely with my doctors and that I’m going to make the best decision for myself and my family when the time is right.

She is the best of the best, Sanders said of Haspel, describing her as a patriot.

An administration official said the nomination remains on track. There is a hearing prep session today, courtesy calls with senators Monday and Tuesday, and classified materials will be delivered to Senate security so senators can read the real record instead of relying on gossip and unfounded smears, the official said.

But Haspel’s nomination to become the first woman to lead the CIA came close to being scuttled Friday ahead of any hearings — and largely at her own hand, the U.S. officials said. The problem came to a head Friday afternoon when she was summoned to the White House for some urgent questions, particularly on her role in the use of waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques.

She had been in a meeting with her staff at CIA headquarters in Langley, fielding mock questions to prepare for her confirmation hearing, when the summons arrived.

Some White House officials were concerned by material being raised in questions from Congress, information they were just learning about, according to the U.S. officials. Those officials said the material was not revelations that have been unearthed in recent months, but the White House wanted to hear Haspel’s explanation of it.