Working Toward Amicable Solutions
Few things are more emotional than resolving family legal matters. Whether you are working through a divorce or are seeking to modify child custody arrangements, you need experienced Plymouth family law attorneys who will provide you with the individualized representation you need at every step of the process.
At Miller & Bartnicki, P.C., our lawyers help individuals throughout southeastern Michigan understand every detail of the legal process, including how long things are expected to take, how much it costs and what to expect every step of the way.
We Handle All Family Law Matters
Our Wayne County divorce lawyers handle all types of family law matters, including:
Retirement and pension account division: We can help you understand how your retirement and pension accounts will be divided after your marriage ends.
Property division: We can help you protect your marital assets, including homes, cars, bank accounts and inheritances.
Men in divorce: We help men understand how much support they may be expected to pay and we work to ensure that their parental rights are protected.
Women in divorce: We help women determine if they will receive spousal support and work with them to create an effective parenting plan.
Alimony or spousal support: We help divorced individuals receive the spousal support they need. We also represent individuals who are contesting an alimony award.
Child custody and support: We work to resolve child custody disputes with as little disruption to the children as possible.
Primary custody and custody factors: We will help you understand what factors are taken into consideration when child custody is being determined.
Moving with kids: If your job requires relocation, or if your spouse needs to move because of his or her job, we can help you modify your custody and visitation arrangements accordingly.
Parenting time and visitation: We work with parents to make sure they receive the time they need with their children.
Restraining orders: If there are issues of domestic abuse or domestic violence, we can help file for protective or restraining orders.
Modifications: We help our clients petition for modifications when there has been a substantial change in circumstances.
Other divorce questions: Review our handbook to learn more about each step of the process and address any questions you have.
Call for a Consultation With a Wayne County Divorce Attorney
If you are going through a divorce or have another family legal issue, we can help. Contact our Plymouth family law lawyers online or call 734-259-2046 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.