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February 07, 2011

Warner Norcross Welcomes New Attorney to Southfield Office

The law firm of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP has welcomed Nazli G. Sater to its Southfield office.

Sater, who joins the law firm as a partner, concentrates her practice in the Family Law/Divorce Practice Group. She has extensive experience in family law, including child custody and support, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, property division and related areas.

Prior to joining Warner Norcross, she was a partner in the litigation department of Hyman Lippitt, P.C., where she concentrated her practice in divorce and family law.

Sater is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, Detroit Bar Association and the Oakland County Bar Association. She serves on the Family Law Advisory Board of the Institute of Continuing Legal Education. She has also served as a guest lecturer on a variety of topics related to family law and divorce issues.

Sater holds a bachelor of arts from Wayne State University and a doctor of jurisprudence from Wayne State University Law School.

A native of Bloomfield Hills, she resides there with her two daughters.

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