Family Law & Divorce Attorneys in Livonia
With the ever-changing rules that govern family law, you need an experienced and qualified family law attorney to protect your interests. Family law matters are often complex and emotional experiences, but at Creighton, McLean & Shea, PLC we work to make that experience as easy and painless as possible. With our team’s guidance, you can trust that your best interests will be represented. We work for our clients’ relief and peace of mind by talking you through the process, no matter what kind of case it is, and answering all your questions as they arise.
Ready to Help When You Need It Most
Clients seeking help with family law matters are going through some of the most difficult times of their lives. At Creighton, McLean & Shea, PLC, we are happy to take the burden of legal issues off their shoulders and put them in the best possible position to begin moving forward.
We have extensive experience representing men and women in all aspects of Michigan family law, and this means we are much more proactive in the process of resolving even the most complicated and contentious family law cases. We can help answer your questions and guide you on the dos and don’ts of divorce so that you can relax and keep living your life. We work to bring clarity and relief to child custody cases, and to protect your rights in matters of spousal support or division of property.
Our lawyers are known for resolving complicated family law matters in the most stress-free manner possible. We work hard to achieve positive results for our clients, and to resolve all disputes without needing to go to court. However, our team of skilled litigators knows when proceeding with a formal divorce trial is necessary, and we will readily present your case to a judge to pursue the best possible outcome on your behalf.
Whether you need a divorce attorney, a custody attorney, or a general family law attorney, the legal team at Creighton, McLean & Shea, PLC in Livonia, Michigan is prepared to help.
- Divorce, including contested and uncontested matters
- Child custody and support
- Custody disputes, including child relocations
- Spousal support or alimony
- Division of property
- Domestic violence claims
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Modification and enforcement of orders
- Paternity issues
- Stepparent adoption
- Divorce mediation and collaborative law