Blacklick, OH asked in Banking, Child Support, Estate Planning and Family Law for Michigan

Q: I live in michigan and have family court questions that the courthouse couldn’t answer. Who can i call to get answers.

I need help figuring out the legal options i have. My situation is complicated so a phone call would be the easiest route to discuss in further detail. Please help.

1 Lawyer Answer
Kenneth V Zichi
Kenneth V Zichi
Answered
  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Howell, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Courts are prohibited by law from providing legal advice. To do otherwise would make them biased by definition and unable to handle a case impartially.

You need to hire your own attorney especially if your situation is ‘complicated’. Your best option is to find a LOCAL lawyer as local procedures vary and it is important to get that local perspective.

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