Oakland County, Michigan Family Law Attorneys
Helping residents with marriage, divorce, child custody, spousal support and more
Over a million people live and work in Oakland County, the second-largest county by population in Michigan. It's home to a diverse, skilled workforce, including one of the nation's largest centers for engineering and related occupations, along with multiple institutions of higher learning and several professional sports teams, including the NBA's Detroit Pistons.
In a diverse and growing area like Oakland County, the family courts see plenty of cases. Whether you're getting married in Rochester Hills, filing for divorce in Troy, or hoping to adopt a child in West Bloomfield Township, you'll need the aid of an experienced family law and divorce attorney to guide you through the process.
We can help. Attorney Alyson Oliver and her legal team can assist with all of the following cases:
From our office in Troy, we take a creative approach to help spouses and parents navigate their legal issues and find amicable solutions, always with the compassion and integrity people expect.
At Oliver Law Group, P.C., we have the experience and expertise needed to handle even the most complex family law cases. Just as importantly, we approach every case with integrity, creativity and compassion, aiding your transition with a minimum of stress. If you are moving toward marriage, divorce, separation or adoption, contact us today to schedule your free consultation.
When it's time for a married couple to go their separate ways, tensions can run high. At the Oliver Law Group, we believe divorce doesn't have to be an all-out war; rather, we'll work with you to reach a resolution that meets the needs and preserves the integrity of all parties involved. Our divorce attorneys have the expertise to handle collaborative divorces, legal separations and annulments in addition to typical divorces.
Any legal dispute involving children has the potential for strong emotions on both sides, and sadly, the children themselves tend to be caught in their parents' crossfire. We take a compassionate, empathetic approach to every child custody or child support case to minimize stress and help your family move forward. Our priority is to make sure that everyone's needs are met, including parents and children alike.
Thanks to Michigan's gender-neutral laws on spousal support, formerly called alimony, any former spouse may end up owing financial support after a legal separation or divorce. Our family law attorneys will help you navigate the complex legal circumstances of your spousal support case and fight for a fair agreement that achieves your goals.