The divorce process in Michigan can be frustrating and overwhelming. Let us help you navigate the court system and resolve your divorce in the most efficient way possible. If you have recently been served with divorce paperwork, contact an attorney as soon as possible. You must respond to the paperwork you were served within 21 days to protect your legal rights. Check out our recent blog post on how to get the divorce process started.
Child Custody/ Parenting time/ Visitation
Our children are our most precious asset. Let us advocate for the best interests of your children. Whether you are looking for more parenting time or a better visitation schedule, we can help you determine what your options are.
In Michigan, child support is determine by the Michigan Child Support Formula. While the formula is very specific, we can help determine if the other parent is reporting all of their income and make sure that you are paying or receiving a fair amount of support. Check out our recent blog posts for more information.
It's important to contact an attorney whenever you receive a traffic citation. Many of these tickets carry points that the Secretary of State keeps track of AND reports to your insurance company. This can make your insurance rates go up. Let us go to Court and try to keep those pesky points off your driving record.
Assisting clients charged with criminal offenses is our passion. Whether you've recently been arrested for drunk driving or your son or daughter was caught stealing, we can help protect you and your rights. It's important to contact a lawyer as soon as you have been accused of a crime to know what all of your options are and to preserve any evidence that might help you.