Family Law

Family law governs the legal responsibilities between individuals who share a domestic connection.

At Biretta & Associates, P.C., we help people figure out what a good outcome will look like under the circumstances of your case and then develop a strategy to achieve that result as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Areas of practice include:

  • Divorce/Separation Proceedings
  • Marriage Contracts
  • Custody Issues
  • Representation in Juvenile Court
  • Spousal Support
  • Division of Marital Property
  • Annulments
  • Visitation/Parent time
  • Child Support
  • Paternity Suits
  • Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreements
  • Domestic Violence

Family problems in general present certain challenges that are built into the law and reflect the reality of a crisis in a person's most intimate relationships. Because Michigan law recognizes that simple rules will not cover all cases, most of the legal guidance you'll get from the statutes tell you more about the factors that will guide a judge's decision than about what to do. You need to define your own objectives, your own priorities, and the most effective steps you'll need to take to achieve your goals.

A challenge in family law matters is that most people will experience emotional turmoil at least at some point during a family law case. A big part of an attorney's job is to prevent the emotional dynamics of a situation from interfering with effective decision-making.

Beginning your Case

1. Consultation with Eric Biretta.

Contact our head office and schedule a free one-on-one meeting with lead attorney Eric Biretta to discuss all facts about your case. At this time he will offer all options available to you and recommend a strategy to achieve your desired results.

2. Attorney Allocation.

Our best qualified attorney regarding that area of law, city the case will be in and experience with similar cases will reprsent you. Your attorney will answer all questions, provide their personal contact number and be available 24 hours a day.

3. Case Representation.

Your firm attorney will be with you from the start of your case to your appearance and representation in court. We know that a trustworthy attorney-client relationship is a fundamental component to effective representation.

Questions? Talk with Eric Biretta about your case