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Michigan Family Law Blog

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Why Specialization Matters: Working with a Michigan Divorce Attorney

Divorce can be a complicated legal matter. A couple can begin a divorce proceeding with the intent to reach an amicable agreement. However, the negotiations between the spouses can break down quickly. The parties then find themselves in a highly-contested divorce action. Hiring a Michigan divorce lawyer who specializes in divorces to represent you at the beginning of the case can be a significant advantage if your divorce proceeding is not as amicable as you anticipated.

Why Do You Want an Attorney Who Specializes in Divorces?

Some attorneys practice several types of law. For example, a divorce lawyer may also accept clients who have a personal injury case or need assistance with probating an estate. In other words, these attorneys accept cases from different areas of law. An attorney who focuses his or her practice on family law cases only handles matters related to family law, such as divorce, child custody, spousal support, child support, and property division.

By focusing on only one area of law, a family law attorney gains significantly more experience handling cases involving family laws compared with attorneys who handle cases involving multiple areas of law. They dive deeper into state laws and cases involving family law matters.

Attorneys who specialize in family law also keep up with recent case decisions and changes in the laws related to divorces more closely. All continuing legal education courses attorneys are required to take would be centered around family law matters and divorce.

The requirements to become a Michigan board-certified family law specialist are stringent. Continuing legal education requirements centered on family law are also required.

Experience combined with the requirements to maintain board-certified status ensures that you are receiving legal advice and representation from an attorney who has risen above the basic requirements to obtain a license to practice law. You are hiring an attorney that goes above and beyond to gain the skills, education, and experience that allows the attorney to give the client exceptional legal representation.

 

Contact Our Michigan Divorce Lawyer to Discuss Your Case

If you need an attorney who is compassionate, knowledgeable, experienced, and training to help you with your family law matter, contact our Michigan divorce lawyers now to discuss your situation.


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