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William D. Powers
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Amy Wright began working as Bill's associate in 2005, after fourteen years of practice in other settings. Her area of focus for the past ten years has been family law, with an emphasis on cases involving family violence and child abuse. She served for two years as a Clinical Professor at the University of Texas School of Law's Domestic Violence Clinic (1999-2001), and three years as the Executive Director of the Women's Advocacy Project, a statewide legal nonprofit specializing in family violen
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Bank | Rifkin
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As a family law attorney with more than 24 years of experience, I have helped many clients make life-altering decisions and have guided them through the most challenging periods of their lives. My goal always is to serve as a problem-solver for my clients, who routinely come to me with difficult issues surrounding divorce, property valuation and division, child custody, financial support, and many other family law concerns.

My credentials are available at www.bankrifkinlaw.com.

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Iafrate & Salassa, P.C.
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Domestic Violence

Divorce

Spousal Support or Alimony

Mediation

Family Law

Paternity

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Jeffrey M. Salassa is a member of both the State Bar of Michigan and the Macomb County Bar Association. Jeffrey was named a Top Attorney in the area of Family Law in dBusiness Magazine (Detroit's Premier Business Journal) for 2012. Prior to becoming a Partner at Iafrate Salassa, P.C., Jeffrey was a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Mark Switalski, Presiding Judge of the Family Court Division in Macomb County Circuit Court, and also interned for the Wayne County Prosecutors Office. Jeffrey is a
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Hoffman, Carlson, Lundblad, Zrimsek, Crosby & George
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Health Care

Family Law

Child Custody & Visitation

Child Support

Divorce

Trusts Wills and Estate

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Melissa A. Novak, Attorney At Law License to Practice Law Minnesota Supreme Court, 2005 Education University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN – J. D., Cum Laude, 2005 University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, WI – B. A., Magna Cum Laude, 2002 Areas of Practice Family Law Experience J. P. Hoffman Law Office, LLC., 2007 – present Waseca County District Court, November 2005 – November 2007 Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Larry M. Collins Professional Associations Minnesota State Bar Association, Member
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Law Offices of Margaret Webb PLC
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Attorney Margaret Webb grew up in Dorr, graduated from Wayland High School and then went on to obtain her Executive Medical and Paralegal degrees from Davenport College. After graduating from Davenport College she obtained her Juris Doctorate with a concentration in litigation from Thomas M. Cooley in Lansing, MI. Ms. Webb enjoys offering her community unparalleled legal services that are close to home. She practices in several areas to provide her clients one place to meet all of their legal n
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