Day: January 19, 2019

Family Law and Divorce AttorneyFamily Law and Divorce Attorney

Family law is the focus at the law office of Marjory B. Cohen. With 31 years of experience, Attorney Cohen has gained a reputation for prompt and open communication coupled with dedication to each case.

When it comes to family law, all clients have individual needs and unique goals. As their lawyer, she listens closely and details out their options in a careful, step-by-step process, ensuring they understand each issue and their choices. Located in Detroit, Michigan. She also represents clients in Grosse Pointe, Northville, Dearborn, Livonia, and Plymouth, and the counties of Wayne, Macomb, and Oakland. Specific services include:

  • Divorce
  • Separate Maintenance
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Modifications of Divorce Judgments
  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements
  • Change of Domicile
  • Parenting Time

Domestic Partnership Agreements and Dissolutions
At the law office of Marjory B. Cohen, Ms. Cohen promotes a non-adversarial environment. Family law issues can be highly emotional, especially when there are children involved. She recognizes that and works to keep the focus on all parties’ best interests. If it comes to litigation, her extensive background as a trial lawyer comes into play and she provides her clients zealous representation.

Pre-Nuptial and Post Nuptial Agreements

Family law encompasses more than simply divorce. Prior to a marriage or after the ceremony, couples may agree to pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreements. However, having an agreement does not guarantee that it will be valid and enforceable. As an experienced family law attorney, she works to ensure that the documents signed are binding.

Legal Separation

There are times when a couple does not wish to make that ultimate decision and file for divorce. They may decide on a legal separation while they work through their issues. Whether the separation is temporary or long-term, arrangements related to finances, property, and support all need to be formally agreed on by both parties maintaining separate households.