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Jan 2019
January 23, 2019

Peter M. Kulas-Dominguez Invited to Join Institute for Continuing Legal Education Family Law Advisory Board

Peter M. Kulas-Dominguez, senior counsel at Warner Norcross + Judd, has been invited to join the Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s Family Law Advisory Board.

The ICLE Family Law Advisory Board reviews and assesses continuing education needs in family law in effort to create programs for the upcoming year. The 15 family law attorneys on the board focus on changes in state and federal law, as well as changes to court rules and developing case laws that impact a variety of domestic relations issues in Michigan. Kulas-Dominguez succeeds Warner partner Richard A. Roane in this role. Roane completed a multi-year term in 2018.
Kulas-Dominguez concentrates his practice on family law litigation, including divorce, LGBT family issues, domestic relations mediation, spousal support, child custody and support, abuse and neglect matters, complex business valuations, pre- and post-nuptial agreements and adoptions.
He currently serves as the chair-elect of the State Bar of Michigan LGBTQA section as well as the co-chair of the Court Rules Committee for the State Bar of Michigan Family Law Section. He was a 3 in 10 Award recipient by the Grand Rapids Bar Association and has been named to the Michigan Super Lawyers Rising Star list.
Kulas-Dominguez provides pro bono legal work for several regional organizations and also serves on the board for the Humane Society of West Michigan.
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