High Conflict Michigan Divorce Cases
The legal team at Kelly & Kelly, P.C represents clients involved in a variety of Michigan divorce and family law matters. One of our specialties are high conflict Michigan divorce cases, which involve substantial financial assets, domestic violence, personal protection orders, firearms, extortion, fraud and the need for an extra level of attention. Where most family law firms in Michigan are afraid to get involved in high conflict cases, our law firm is up to the challenge.
Our team of attorneys have been doing this for a long time, and we're prepared to go to battle in the courtroom. Our firm has the resources to protect your interests in and outside the courtroom with access to private investigators, 24-hour personal protection bodyguards, appraisers, various experts and experience as former prosecuting attorneys.
Our firm devises an individual plan to keep you and your family safe during this difficult, and sometimes dangerous time in your life. We take a team approach to all of our cases, which keeps costs down, and contact and personal attention high. When you hire our firm, you get the whole team on you side. When you call our firm, you get answers and guidance. We return calls and make you feel comfortable with every step in the process.
Our team will map out a game plan from day one. This includes no firearms in the home for the protection of the entire family. We enforce this policy with our unique no firearms in the home agreement, which we have the parties sign early in the divorce proceeding. Once the divorce is over, the guns are returned to the designated party. Based on our experience, we also provide guidance on how to deal with your spouse during your divorce, and how to keep yourself safe.
Our firm believes that a strong and healthy client is the best client. We have the resources to keep you physically and mentally strong during your divorce, and to play a key part in your own legal defense.
We can only represent one party in a Michigan divorce; call us now before your spouse does.