Michigan Family Law Attorneys

The term Family Law is a label used to describe several different areas of the law, under one common “umbrella” known as Family Law. At its core, Family Law is made up of Divorce, Legal Separation, Custody, Paternity, Parenting Time, Post Judgment Issues, Child Support, and Spousal Support or Alimony issues. Other common areas of the law associated with Family Law are pre and post-nuptial agreements and annulments.

Undoubtedly we have all experienced some degree of family problems. Perhaps the most difficult and important times in our lives come when family problems arise to the level where children, our home, assets, and financial well-being are at stake. It is critical that when these times arise, you are prepared with as much information and knowledge as you can obtain.


Why do I need a family law attorney?

Protecting your rights as a parent, or your assets in a separation or divorce, is crucial. The attorneys at ADAM can help you understand how the law applies to your individual circumstances, so you can make informed rational decisions.


Does having an attorney create a hostile settlement atmosphere?

While different attorneys have different approaches to their involvement with clients that may create a hostile atmosphere, it is our view that having an attorney should not add to the already stressful and difficult time. The attorneys at ADAM strive to be as amicable yet as effective as possible while advocating for your interest. We will explain how the law applies to your particular situation and aggressively protect your rights when necessary to help you achieve the best possible outcome, based on your wishes while following ethical and legal guidelines.


At ADAM. we will explain the law to you in a way that you will understand it and how it applies to your set of facts and circumstance so that you can make an educated informed decision moving forward.

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