Divorce Lawyers For Men in the Lansing-Okemos Area, Michigan
Family Law Attorneys Helping Men Protect Their Rights
Going through a divorce (also referred to as a dissolution of marriage) can be very complex and frightening. The emotional stress of the loss of a relationship, coupled with the possibility of an unpleasant trial in court and the unknown fate of your future, can feel overwhelming. To alleviate some of this stress and avoid a hostile situation, turn to the skilled and compassionate legal team at the law office of Bailey & Terranova.
Our entire staff is dedicated to vigorously standing up for our clients and protecting their rights throughout the course of a divorce. We have over 90 years of combined experience handling family law matters. Our highly skilled lawyers understand the processes of divorce court and can explain these procedures to you.
Take the First Step to Protect Your Rights.
Proper divorce planning is essential to ensuring a smooth process and minimizing stress. Before making any decisions or agreements with your spouse, you should strongly consider contacting a lawyer at our firm. While 90% of people need advice from counsel, some mistakenly do not seek a professional legal opinion. By discussing your unique situation, options and goals for the outcome of the case, we can effectively strategize and determine the best course of action to take in order to protect your best interests regarding:
As members of the American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM), we have experience protecting the rights of fathers and husbands in all matters that stem from a divorce. Men are often concerned that they are going to lose the children, be just weekend dads, and not have any say in important decisions. Our divorce and father's rights attorneys can structure a case that is targeted at preserving your parental rights and alleviating your fears.
Although we are known as aggressive advocates for men's and fathers' rights, our firm handles divorce matters on behalf of both men and women. From complex marital estates to post-judgement issues, we are committed to representing all clients with integrity, addressing their children and divorce issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions Posed before a Spouse Files for Divorce
- Return your phone calls as soon as possible
- Keep you informed at every stage
- Take the time to understand your goals and expectations
For additional information about general divorce matters, please visit our Divorce Center page.