You may be among many folks who already know what you have and what you want out of your divorce and your spouse is on the same page.

The problem, however, is that you do not know how to go about it, what papers you need, and how long it will take, and where you need to go to get it done. You don't want to go to law school just to figure out how to get divorced and you don't even know what applies after reading the voluminous amount of information on the internet. Your head is swimming….and you don’t want to spend your last dime getting information from a lawyer who just might want to “complicate” everything.

This firm offers free initial consultations and handles divorces, when both parties agree, for a flat fee. Remember, no lawyer in Michigan can represent both spouses to a divorce – that is a conflict of interest according to the rules governing ethical issues for lawyers. The legislature has made divorcing parents/spouses adversaries, therefore a lawyer cannot work with two people who have adverse legal interests.

We can, nonetheless, represent one spouse to complete all of the paperwork and the many mandatory forms. We will advise you, the one spouse we represent, and work toward finalization by answering your questions and providing you with documents for review by the other spouse.

On the day scheduled to finalize your divorce, all you have to do is show up in court and you will have your lawyer there to ask you the essential questions needed for the judge and see to it that your divorce is completed with all of the necessary documentation required by the court.

Call or email for an appointment today: 248.258.2828


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