family lawRodnick, Unger & Piraino P.C.
Sterling Heights Michigan Lawyers:
Every family is unique and deserves its own care, respect, and dignity. Whether you’re planning your wedding or ending your marriage, the law offices of Rodnick, Unger, Piraino & Ingber, PLLC are here to guide you every step of the way. With over 34 years of legal experience fighting for clients in Sterling Heights and around the State of Michigan, our family law team can help you navigate some of life’s most challenging times.
Whether you’re contemplating marriage or filing for divorce, we provide expert guidance for your individual needs and circumstances. We’ve represented clients all over Michigan, including Sterling Heights, on matters such as prenuptial agreements, separate vs. marital property, property division, child custody, parenting time, alimony and child support, and marital debts.
While mediation is ideal for anyone going through a divorce, sometimes, the other party is unwilling to negotiate. In these excruciating instances, our family law team is full of experienced trial lawyers who can help you recover what you’re fairly owed. If you’re a victim of domestic violence, or are wrongly accused of domestic violence by the other party, we also have experienced criminal lawyers who can protect your interests, and your children’s.
Let us assist you in handling your family law needs.
If you live in Sterling Heights and believe a divorce is inevitable, we can coach you on how to protect your financial interests and advise you on how to avoid adverse decisions that can come back and bite you during divorce proceedings. We let you know your rights and obligations so you can do what’s best for yourself and your kids.
If you’re contemplating marriage, we offer guidance and advisement on prenuptial agreements, “marriage contracts” designed to help you minimize future conflicts if your marriage doesn’t work out. We draft each agreement with our expertise in family law, and with your individual needs and concerns in mind. We can also guide you on keeping separate property from becoming marital property in the event of a divorce.