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Divorce Lawyers - Oakland County Michigan

The most effective way for us to provide legal advice is to schedule an initial consultation at our Oakland County (Southfield) office, or any of our other offices throughout Michigan. The purpose of our initial consultation is to discuss the specifics of your legal matter and provide you with sound legal advice on how to meet your goals and objectives. All communications and information you share with us is in the utmost of confidence and privacy.

We welcome you to contact one of our trusted attorneys in Oakland County to schedule a consultation.

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP
Family Law and Divorce Lawyers
2000 Town Center, Ste. 2700
Southfield, MI 48075-1318
(248) 784-5000
nsater@wnj.com
 


Oakland County Family Law/Divorce Resources

 
Family Division of the Circuit Court:
The Family Division of the Circuit Court handles all family legal matters. Family Division cases involving a single family are assigned to a judicial team consisting of the judge, referees, case assistants, and family counselors. 

Friend of the Court:
The Oakland County Friend of the Court provides services to parties with minor children involving divorce, family support, interstate and paternity cases. The Friend of the Court is involved if a case is heard by the Circuit Court and if there are minor children involved. Friend of the Court duties cover custody, parenting time and child support. 
 

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