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When facing the breakup of a marriage, there are issues you will encounter which can impact your well being and financial security now and in the years to come. At a time like this you need someone you can trust on your side, acting as a strong legal advocate. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., our focus is on protecting you in family law matters. Our Oakland County divorce lawyers have over 45 years combined experience in successfully representing clients in even the most challenging divorce cases. We work hard on your behalf, to ensure your rights and interests are protected.
In even the most amicable of divorce cases, there are certain issues which must be resolved before your divorce becomes final. Under Michigan divorce laws, disputes that typically arise concern rights to property and assets, along with the care and support of children. Decisions made in these matters can impact you for years into the future. It is important to have an experienced Oakland County divorce lawyer on your side, to ensure any court orders take into consideration the specific facts in your case, and that any settlements made are in your best interest.
At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., we provide professional legal representation and caring client support to guide you through the following types of issues common in Michigan divorce cases:
Dealing with divorce-related matters in the Michigan courts and attending court hearings can be a nerve wracking experience. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., we take the time to carefully review all the details with you, so you are prepared and know what to expect. Our decades worth of experience and our standing in the legal community make us a trusted resource, helping you get the best possible results in your case.
If you are currently separated or contemplating a divorce, reach out and contact Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. We can arrange a free, confidential consultation with our Oakland County divorce lawyers to discuss your case.