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Practice areas & skills: Divorce & Separation, Bankruptcy & Debt, Estate Planning
Review: “My divorce was filled with controvercy from beginning to end. I started with another attprney but then switched to Mr. Eberth. He cut trhough all of fighting and got us divorce as amicably as possible with minimum fees. M...
Practice areas & skills: Divorce & Separation, Child Custody, Mediation, Estate Planning
I am fascinated with the history of our Nation and the laws that make it great. I was born and raised in the Southeastern Michigan and grew up in a family entrenched in law enforcement. I James attended Wayne State University and graduated Summa C...
Practice areas & skills: Criminal Defense, Family, General Practice, Estate Planning
Review: “I highly recommend Ms. Rusin as she is professional and very knowledgeable about law. She handled my legal situation effectively which made the situation easy on me. One word for her work - EXCELLENCE.”
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Probate, General Practice, Estate Planning, Family
My practice focuses on family law issues and probate and estate planning. I was an accountant for 25 years prior to going to law school and that experience has been a tremendous asset to my practice. Divorce is really about property divisio...
Practice areas & skills: Family, Elder Law, Estate Planning
Review: “Mr. Staver is the most caring and wonderful man I have met in a long time. He is honest with his clients and always professional. He keeps you informed and always stays on top of his responsibilities to his clients.”
Practice areas & skills: Estate Planning, Elder Law, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Business
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