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Were you just served with divorce papers? Do you believe that divorce is the only option left for your marriage?

In order to protect your parental and financial rights, it is important to have an experienced and understanding divorce attorney by your side at every step of the way.

Providing Skilled And Experienced Advice To Clients Facing Divorces

At the Plymouth and Ann Arbor law firm of Aldrich Legal Services, our attorneys have the skill and experience you need to address all family law issues that may arise during your divorce, including:

  • Property division
  • Child custody and parenting time
  • Child and spousal support
  • Division of property

We are committed to providing each of our clients with quality legal representation and superior service. To schedule a free consultation with an experienced divorce lawyer at our firm, contact our Michigan law office.

Let Us Put Our Experience To Work For You

Our family law practice is headed by Brad Aldrich, a knowledgeable divorce lawyer with more than 19 years of legal experience. He was born and raised in the area and has a strong knowledge of local courts and procedures.

Our focus is on resolving your dispute as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, while fully safeguarding your rights. If your divorce is not resolved before trial, we have the courtroom skills and experience to help you obtain the best possible outcome.

Call Now To Schedule A Free Initial Consultation

To schedule a free consultation with a Wayne County divorce attorney at Aldrich Legal Services, contact us.

From our main office in Plymouth, we serve clients throughout southeast Michigan. We are also available to meet with clients by appointment in our Ann Arbor office.

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Speak with Bonita Hoffman - Divorce Attorney

Bonita has represented numerous clients in domestic relations proceedings involving divorce, child custody, parenting time and support. Bonita has also successfully represented both individual and corporate clients in insurance coverage and contractual disputes.

Call Bonita: (734) 404-3000



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Don't let a bad decision, unfair contract, or a messy divorce get in the way of a promising future!
Contact the experienced team at Aldrich Legal Services today to schedule your free initial
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