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Elizabeth A. Hohauser, PLLC - Troy, MI

363 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 250 Troy, MI 48084

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Updated: 04/16/2021

Troy Family Law Firm

Overview

Attorney Elizabeth Hohauser takes a holistic approach to practicing law. She knows that any legal proceeding can negatively affect an entire family and she will help to make the process as stress free and understandable as possible.

Liz was a teacher before law school. Her decision to go to law school was based largely on her desire to help children. She is the biological mother to 3 and has been a foster mom. Liz's desire to help kids is apparent in the way she practices law. She pays speci ...

About Elizabeth A. Hohauser, PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Family Law 80%
  • Civil Litigation 20%

Honors

  • Professionalism Award OCBA, 2020 - Present

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363 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 250 Troy, MI 48084

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