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Ingham County, MI Lawsuits and disputes lawyers (11 attorneys, 34 reviews)

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  • Ingham County Lawsuits and disputes Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.8  
    Licensed
    Brian A. Pappas, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Associate Director Alternative Dispute Resolution Program at MSU College of Law, is a civil and domestic relations mediator trained and experienced in both facilitative and transformative me...
  • Ingham County Lawsuits and disputes Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.6  
    Licensed
    My primary practice is in commercial and real estate litigation and dispute resolution in state and federal courts.  I also do a considerable amount of real estate and business transaction work, business startup work, plus intellectual property wo...
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    Ingham County Lawsuits and disputes Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    (877)467-1415 *CALL NOW FOR A FREE CONSULTATION. Statewide. I Can Help! 30 yrs Experience.
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    Practice area
    1% Lawsuits and disputes, 60% Appeals, 9% Federal crime, and more.

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    Free Consultation
    Some lawyers offer a free consultation to help determine whether their services are right for your legal needs
    15 minutesHourly Rates, $150-$600/hourContingency A contingency fee is the percent of the final award a lawyer will receive as compensation. For some of these cases, lawyers will only be paid if there is a successful outcome. 33%-33%Retainer Some attorneys require an upfront payment to secure their services before they begin their work SometimesPro Bono Many lawyers provide free legal help to low-income clients. The percent listed indicates how much of a lawyer's practice is pro bono work. 15%

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    MI, Active since 1991

  • Ingham County Lawsuits and disputes Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.5  
    Licensed
    Review: “I was really nervous when I reached out to her initially. She was in trial when I called. So it was a couple of days before I was able to speak with her. But once I spoke with her, she gave me confidence that she could re...