Top Pickford, MI Family Law Lawyers
The Law Firm of John F. Schaefer's pre-eminent team of Michigan divorce attorneys regularly handle the most financially and emotionally complex family law related cases. With offices in Birmingham and Grosse Pointe Farms, and also handling cases across America, our partnership of sophisticated and experienced lawyers deliver solutions to our clients' matrimonial problems. Our...
From our law office in Traverse City, Michigan, the attorneys at the Dingeman & Dancer, P.L.C., law firm are fully prepared to help you, your family and your business with virtually any legal challenge you may face. Nationally recognized as one of the top full-service law firms in our region, we offer exceptional representation and support to clients throughout Northern Michigan who have legal...
The Traverse City office of the law firm of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge opened in 1990 with seven attorneys. Today, the office has quadrupled in size to include attorneys who practice a full range of legal services including business law, estate planning, family law, real estate law, and litigation. Situated in the heart of the business and shopping district of downtown Traverse City, Smith...
The lawyers at Alward Fisher Rice Rowe & Graf provide clients across Traverse City, Michigan, with comprehensive legal services relating to banking, business and corporate law, estate planning, and family, criminal and civil matters. Our law firm's mission is simple: to serve clients with prompt, quality legal services delivered by an experienced team of attorneys. With over 100 years of...
Northwest Michigan's Top Choice For High Quality Legal Counsel A staple of our community for more than 40 years, the law firm of McCurdy, Wotila & Porteous, P.C., in Cadillac, Michigan, has served the individuals, families and businesses of Wexford County and the surrounding areas by providing the quality representation and dependable support they need for all of their challenging legal...
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