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Joshi, Attorneys + Counselors - Ann Arbor, MI

2433 Oak Valley DriveSuite 500 Ann Arbor, MI 48103

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Updated: 02/25/2021

Ann Arbor Parental Alienation or Family Law Firm


A Small Law Firm With Global Capabilities

Joshi is team of advocates focusing on white collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation. Tenacious and determined, it is committed to aggressively pursuing every claim or defense available to its clients under the law.

While it deals with matters more commonly handled by large law firms, Joshi has intentionally chosen to remain small. This enables it to respond immediately in crisis situations...

About Joshi, Attorneys + Counselors

Practice Areas

  • Parental Alienation or Family Law


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Office Information


2433 Oak Valley DriveSuite 500 Ann Arbor, MI 48103


  • 734-327-5032

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