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Law Offices of Michael A. Robbins - Bloomfield Hills, MI

3910 Telegraph Road Suite 200 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

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Updated: 08/02/2020

Bloomfield Hills Divorce Law Firm


Michael A. Robbins has been practicing law in the State of Michigan since 1981. His practice concentrates exclusively in the area of Family Law. Family law includes such areas as divorce; child custody; parenting time; spousal and child support; property division; division of retirement benefits; tax consequences of divorce; mediation and arbitration; annulments; paternity; prenuptial and postnuptial agreements; change of domicile; grandparent's rights; domestic violence; and post-judgment proc ...

About Law Offices of Michael A. Robbins

Practice Areas

  • Divorce
  • Custody
  • Support

Published Works

  • Divorce In Michigan, 1986
  • Joint Custody, 1989
  • Joint Custody, 1996
  • Visitation/Parenting Time An Overview, 1989
  • The Child Custody Questionnaire, 1989
  • Outline to Domestic Relation Orders, 1989
  • Outline to Domestic Relations Orders, 1994
  • Third Party Rights Regarding Custody, Visitation and Support, 1991
  • The Power of the Press, 1994
  • We are What we are Perceived to be, 1995
  • A Step Back in Time, 1995
  • The Side Effects of Divorce, 1995
  • The Side Effects of Divorce, 2001
  • A Family Court for Michigan, 1995
  • Preparing your Clients for the Custody Battle, 1995
  • New Third Party Custody Bill, 1995
  • How to Prepare and Try a Family Law Case, 1999
  • Divorce Reform Ideas in the New Millennium, 1999
  • Disputes in Arbitration Orders and Agreements, 2000
  • Coping With the Tragedy of September 11, 2001, 2001
  • Tips to Divorcing Parents
  • What is a Parent?, 1995
  • Antenuptial Agreements -- Enforceable or Unenforceable?, 2000

Classes and Seminars

  • Faculty Member, Instructor in Family Law, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, 1986 - 1992
  • Guest Lecturer, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
  • Michigan Inter-Professional Association
  • Parents Without Partners
  • Grandparents Rights Organization
  • Fathers for Equal Rights
  • Southfield County Peoples Law School
  • Macomb County Peopoles Law School
  • Guest Lecturer, State Bar of Michigan, Family Law Section
  • Southfield Bar Association
  • Family Law Section Seminar
  • Rochester Bar Association
  • Guest Lecturer, Michigan Trial Lawyers Association
  • Guest Lecturer, Institute of Continuing Legal Education
  • Michigan Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

Representative Cases

  • Atkinson v. Atkinson ,(Michigan Court of Appeals and Supreme Court 1986)




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Office Information


3910 Telegraph Road Suite 200 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302


  • 248-646-7989

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