Men's Divorce Lawyers - Southeast Michigan
- Family Law
- Child Support and Alimony
- Child Custody
- Visitation Rights
- Fathers' Rights
- Grandparent Rights
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Division of Property
- Domestic Violence
Why Choose ADAM?
Divorce Attorneys Protecting Men’s Rights
One of Michigan’s Largest Divorce and Family Law Practices
The American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM) in Southfield, Michigan, is a group of highly qualified attorneys who advocate for men’s rights in divorce, child custody and parenting time, paternity, support, property settlement, post judgment modifications, and other family law matters. Our philosophy since 1988 has been aggressive, diligent, and uncompromising representation of our clients.
Men involved in family law disputes need strategic guidance and professional decision making through times that can be extremely stressful. The issues of husbands and fathers are part of an equation that demands recognition from the courts, as well as from other lawyers, wives, mothers, children, and all who are affected by family law issues. Our clients benefit from a team of compassionate and skilled family law attorneys who have experienced countless successful mediations and trials. Here is a very gratifying comment demonstrating that what we do makes a difference in the lives of our clients and their children.
"Without you and ADAM in my corner, the quality of life for my children would suffer tremendously."
We are dedicated to being Michigan's leading divorce attorneys for men and practice a policy of integrity in all our dealings. Our approach is to listen, return calls promptly, keep our clients prepared and informed, and understand their priorities and concerns.
While we cannot promise specific results, as a client, you can expect ethical, professional service tailored to your unique family law situation.
Contact us today for a free phone consultation with a family law attorney who is experienced, qualified, and understanding of the male perspective.
Recent Blog Posts From the American Divorce Assocation for Men
Legal separation is a possibility for some married people considering a divorce. In Michigan, a married man has two options (not counting annulment) when considering a separation. He can either file for divorce or file for legal...
Can you require your wife to change her last name (surname) in a divorce? The short answer is no, you cannot. You and your wife are free to use any name you want to within reason. Your wife is, therefore, free to call herself by any...
An issue of child custody will come up, either through divorce, paternity cases, or other custody disputes. Under Michigan law, child custody is divided into two parts: physical custody and legal custody. In a divorce or custody dispute, the...
A divorce is a lawsuit. As in any other lawsuit, a Default Judgment of Divorce is the culmination of a process in which the party being sued, i.e. the Defendant, has a Judgment entered against him or her without that party’s...