Top Menominee Litigation & Appeals Lawyers - Michigan

  • 101 North Park Street,Suite 100 Traverse City MI 49684 44.764156 -85.61839

    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...

  • 815-B Business Park Dr. Traverse City MI 49686 44.743786 -85.55972

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  • 124 East Chapin Street Cadillac MI 49601 44.24856 -85.39755

    Mark Mitchell believes that everyone deserves fair representation.  His general practice includes a spectrum of several areas of the law, including criminal, divorce, custody, estate planning, business, real estate, contracts, municipal law, collections, and litigation.   After earning a Business Administration degree at Michigan State University, Mr. Mitchell attended Case Western...

  • 330 Handy Street Newberry MI 49868 46.353844 -85.508255

    The law office of Mark L. Dobias, P.C., is dedicated to representing people charged with a wide array of crimes in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan. Mr. Dobias leverages more than three decades of trial and appellate experience to deliver aggressive and knowledgeable criminal defense. He works to minimize penalties and, if possible, to have charges dropped. The attorney helps clients understand all...

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    28A W. Main Street Fremont MI 49412 43.46688 -85.94596

    If you are arrested, you can hire a lawyer with a diverse practice. You would be wiser, however, to hire a lawyer who does nothing but fight to minimize the pain of prosecution — like those at Springstead & Bartish Law P.L.L.C., serving people like you in Grand Rapids and Fremont, Michigan. We can truthfully claim to be one of the top criminal defense firms in West Michigan. Gary Springstead...

  • 150 South Stewart Avenue Big Rapids MI 49307 43.697666 -85.47896

    Hults and Helder, PLLC started as a sole practice in 1974. Our office is complemented by highly trained, long-term and experienced staff who are knowledgeable in the legal matters handled by the firm. In our areas of practice, there are some overlaps in which both members of the firm regularly practice. There are also certain areas in which only one of the members provide services. We believe that...

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