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When you are faced with divorce, working closely with an attorney who will explain your rights and options can help you make decisions that are in your best interests. Contact our firm today to schedule a consultation and case evaluation with an experienced family law attorney.

Farmington Hills, Michigan, Property Division Lawyer

When it comes to dividing non-community property in a divorce, the Farmington Hills, Michigan, divorce and family law attorneys of the Schwartz Law Firm will aggressively protect your property interests. Our job is to listen, answer questions, explain the process, and help you to protect your rights in a divorce. When it comes to the division of liabilities and marital property under Michigan laws we are on your side. Our attorneys are experienced in resolving a variety of family law issues, including paternity actions, child custody disputes, alimony, and domestic violence protection orders.

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