What can a family law attorney help with?
Family law is an area where decisions made in the heat of the moment can result in irreversible consequences. Despite apparent similarities no two cases are exactly alike and the value of skilled family law counsel is often underestimated as an absolute necessity. Without doubt, choosing the right lawyer is the first step to a fresh start.
Listen to Foster Swift family law attorney Andrea Badalucco discuss hot topics concerning divorce and what Foster Swift's family law practice does for their clients. Andrea sat down for a one-on-one interview with Jeffrey Mosher from the Michigan Business Network for a segment on their weekly podcast, Michigan Business Beat to discuss:
- What to do if you are served divorce papers
- How a divorce may or may not affect you if you are a business owner
- The practice areas of other Foster Swift family law attorneys
Click here to listen to the full interview.
Please note that this recording is meant for general information purposes and IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE. If you have specific questions about how this information applies to you, contact a Foster Swift family law attorney.
Andrea offers more than a decade of courtroom experience in civil, criminal, family law and juvenile matters. Drawn to the particular needs of clients in family law, Andrea has dedicated her time to serving those navigating the sometimes complex arena of the family court system.View All Posts by Author ›
Fred Dilley has been actively involved in the Grand Rapids and West Michigan legal communities in both state and federal courts as a first chair litigator for more than 35 years. He has worked on a variety of complex and difficult matters ranging from business disputes to divorce cases to personal injury matters.View All Posts by Author ›
Brett specializes in divorce, custody, child support, spousal support, and other disputes personal in nature. He has settled multi-million dollar marital estates, prevailed in complex asset-valuation disputes, and helped clients tailor divorce settlements to meet their foreseeable needs.View All Posts by Author ›