Experience Matters

Our firm has a great deal of experience handling a wide variety of issues and legal matters, and we represent a wide range of clients, from corporations to individuals.  We can help you with probate and estate planning, divorce and custody matters, employment issues, corporate matters, real estate matters, and matters in immigration.

Estate Planning

What are Wills, Trusts, and Durable Powers of Attorney? How do you decide if you and your family need to sign any of these documents? If you have a Will, does that keep your estate out of Probate? Is Probate a  thing to avoid at all costs? What is the difference between a Durable Power of Attorney for financial matters and a Patient Advocate Designation for Health Care? If you have a DPOA, do you still need a Will? If you have a Trust, do you still need a Will? Will a Trust save you taxes? If you signed similar documents 20 years ago, are they still effective?  How easy is it to change all these documents once you sign them? Contact our office today to set up an appointment and get all the answers you need!

Need an Immigration Attorney?

Our legal services can help you with the following:

  • Green Card — Become a permanent resident of the United States through family, employment, asylum or refugee status, fiancéSpecial Immigrant Juvenile, LIFE Act, and lottery.
  • Employment — Work in the United States temporarily or permanently, including H-1B, EB Visas, visitors for business, and more.
  • International Student Issues -- Get reinstatement of status, extension of stay or change of status
  • Visitor to Student Status — Become a student while you are visiting the United States.
  • Naturalization — Become a U.S. citizen.
  • U.S. Humanitarian Programs and Protections - Apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), T Visa for Victims of Human Trafficking and other Crimes, and U Visa for Victims of Criminal Activity.
  • Asylum — Apply for protection from persecution, and prepare you for your interview in Chicago.
  • Jail Visit and Bond Proceeding — Get your family member released from ICE’s custody.
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility — Reunite or keep your family together in the United States. 
  • Deportation Proceedings — Represent you in court proceedings. 
  • Appeal — Appeal an unfavorable decision by U.S. Immigration Court in Michigan.
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) — Request for consideration of deferred removal action for a period of two years.
  • Adjustment of Status, Renewals and Extensions