Angela E. Space is an associate attorney at Dillon & Dillon representing clients in a variety of family law, probate and estate planning matters including divorce, child custody, wills, trusts and probate administration. Angela combines her backg...
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Family, Probate, Alimony, Child Custody
I am proud to represent clients in whatever family law issue they may be facing, whether it be a divorce, a paternity case, a custody or parenting time dispute, a child or spousal support issue, or enforcement or modification of a previous court o...
Practice areas & skills: Divorce & Separation, Family, Alimony, Uncontested Divorce
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Practice areas & skills: Family, Divorce & Separation, Alimony, Child Custody, Child Support
Brian F. Abramson has been a life-long resident of Michigan. He attended Michigan State University, graduating with honors with a baccalaureate degree in economics in 1989. He subsequently worked in banking for about three years and then attende...
Practice areas & skills: Criminal Defense, Family
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