Lapeer County Family Lawyers Helping Men Protect Their Best Interests
The American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM) is a family law firm that exclusively represents men in the state of Michigan. Our team has over three decades of experience helping men resolve family law disputes related to:
- Child Support
- Child Custody
- Division of Property
- Division of Debt
- Spousal Support
- Protection Orders
We understand how the outcome of a family law case can impact your future. That’s why we work so hard to help each of our clients reach the best possible outcome in their case.
Divorce Lawyers Working Tirelessly to Reach the Best Possible Outcome in Your Case
Divorce is a stressful and emotionally exhausting experience. Don’t go through a divorce alone—let the divorce attorneys at ADAM stand by your side and guide you through the entire process.
Our attorneys know that many obstacles may arise throughout divorce proceedings. But with over 30 years of legal experience, we know what to expect and more importantly, how to overcome these obstacles. We can help you resolve disputes, negotiate with your spouse, and reach the best possible outcome in your case. Let us work tirelessly to make the process of getting divorced as simple and stress-free as possible for you.
Child Support Attorneys Resolving Disputes For Men in Lapeer County
The family law courts in Michigan may order one parent to make child support payments to the other parent. These payments will typically continue until the child is no longer a minor, but the court can extend the payments past the child’s 18th birthday under certain circumstances.
The court will usually rely on the Michigan Child Support Formula to determine how much parents should pay in child support every month. If you are involved in a child support dispute, it’s crucial that you seek representation from an attorney who can ensure the court has the information it needs to reach a fair decision. It doesn’t matter whether you are the custodial parent or non-custodial parent—you can benefit from having an experienced child support attorney by your side during this process.
Child Custody Attorneys Helping Men in Lapeer County With Complex Custody Cases
There are two components to child custody: legal and physical custody. If a parent is awarded legal custody, it means they have the right to make decisions regarding how the child is raised. However, if a parent is awarded physical custody, it means they will live with their child.
Parents often share physical and/or legal custody, which is referred to as a joint custody arrangement. But in some cases, one parent may have sole legal and/or physical custody. Even if one parent has sole custody of the child, the court may grant the non-custodial parent visitation with their child.
Your relationship with your child is on the line in a child custody case. Don’t face this dispute alone—let our child custody attorneys aggressively fight for your family.
Property Division Attorneys Fighting to Protect Your Assets During A Divorce in Lapeer County
Many men who are getting divorced worry about how their assets will be divided. If you are getting divorced in Lapeer County, it’s important to understand how these decisions are made.
You are given the opportunity to work out a property settlement agreement with your spouse outside of the courtroom. If both parties are willing to cooperate and compromise, an agreement may be reached. But if either party is not willing to cooperate, it may not be possible to reach an agreement privately. Instead, the case will go to court, where a judge will decide how to divide your marital assets and debts.
Our family law attorneys can represent you from the start to the finish of your property division case. We will work tirelessly to try to reach an agreement privately to save you the time, stress, and cost of going to court. But if this isn’t possible, our attorneys won’t hesitate to aggressively protect what is yours in court.
Schedule A Free Phone Consultation With Our Family Attorneys in Lapeer County
Are you involved in a family law dispute? If so, you shouldn’t try to reach a resolution on your own. Don’t hesitate to contact our family attorneys in Lapeer County for help, legal representation, and advice. Call 248-356-2326 now to schedule a free phone consultation regarding your case. You can also submit your information to our team using the form on this website. We are standing by to take your call and assist you with your legal matter.