DIVORCE LAWYER IN TRENTON
Wayne Oakland Macomb Counties
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Michael D. Eberth, Dearborn divorce lawyer is a partner with Nichols & Eberth, P. C. Mr. Eberth has been practicing law since 1994 in Wayne County, Oakland County, and Macomb County.
Mr. Eberth's expertise is family law including: Divorce, post-divorce disputes, custody and parenting time issues, paternity, prenuptial agreements and estate planning. Mr. Eberth has tried numerous complex divorce cases involving child custody disputes, allegations of abuse, and issues related to the valuation of property.
Mr. Eberth's legal expertise is in all areas of family law including:
Additionally, Mr. Eberth has tried numerous cases, such as business valuations, fraudulent transfers of property, defense litigation involving environmental and corporate matters and more. Mr. Eberth has successfully negotiated a settlement for a large retail sales client in a class-action matter; and negotiating numerous settlements for various clients with different government agencies regarding alleged violations of local, state or federal regulations. He is experienced in all levels of government legalities. He also partakes in continuing education regarding the current active laws that are ever changing.
Mr. Eberth can also assist you in the following:
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