I practice law with the belief that my clients can achieve the best solutions for... more
I practice law with the belief that my clients can achieve the best solutions for reconfiguring their families, when they have the help of attorneys and other professionals who empower them during their difficult family crisis. I encourage my clients to ask many questions and educate themselves on possible outcomes for their families. I bring a unique background to family law in that I began ... view profile
Every successful law firm requires a strong presence to create a professional and... more
Every successful law firm requires a strong presence to create a professional and productive environment. Cathy Stull has been a vital part of the foundation for Anderson, Stull & Associates since its inception. Ms. Stull has been the Managing partner of the law firm since it was established in 1982. Ms. Stull is a licensed Real Estate Broker owning and managing 15,000 square feet of commerci... view profile
Bernick, Radner & Ouellette, P.C. was founded in 1986. Our firm consists of 8... more
Bernick, Radner & Ouellette, P.C. was founded in 1986. Our firm consists of 8 experienced lawyers in practice areas focused on business, tax, family law, real estate, elder law and Medicaid planning, estate planning, trust and estate administration, contested estates and trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, and mediation. We are committed to providing customers with the highest quality of... view profile
I have been practicing law in Oakland, Livingston, Wayne Counties for over 10 years.... more
I have been practicing law in Oakland, Livingston, Wayne Counties for over 10 years. I have been a prosecutor, criminal defense attorney and Attorney Referee. I have a wealth of experience in many areas of law and know the majority of Judges in these Counties and will work diligently to help you with your legal issues. Please call 248-882-0501 for a free consultation.
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