Divorce and family-related issues are among the most complicated, stressful and a difficult times in life. When you find yourself in the midst of what can be a very tenuous situation, you can turn to the family law attorneys at Nessel and Kessel Law. Located in downtown Detroit, we service clients in Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, and the surrounding counties, in a variety of family law matters.
We at Nessel and Kessel Law provides representation in a number of family law related matters.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Visitation and Parenting Time
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- Change of Domicile
- Post Judgment Actions
In a divorce proceeding, emotions can often conflict with custody, support, and property issues. The attorneys at Nessel and Kessel understand these issues and how they can be involved in the breakup of a family. We will fight to protect your financial interests and legal rights. There are always complicated issues whenever family law issues need to be litigated. Nessel and Kessel Law is always sensitive to the emotional circumstances that you may find yourself in.
Nessel and Kessel Law can handle your divorce and family law problems, regardless of where you are in the process. We will draft and file the documents needed to start a divorce or those documents necessary to defend and protect you regarding a divorce filing. Our work with mediators and arbitrators often results in resolution of all issues in dispute without the necessity of trial. However, if there can be no settlement and trial is necessary, the attorneys at Nessel and Kessel Law have the courtroom experience needed to fight for you in court.
The attorneys at Nessel and Kessel Law can help you case has been finalized. Often issues regarding custody, parenting time, or child support can arise after a case has been settled. These issues can often times open a “can of worms” in a client’s life. We at Nessel and Kessel Law have considerable experience working with the Friend of the Court system in Michigan and can assist you when it comes to enforcing or modifying custody, visitation, and support orders.