Michigan Mothers' Rights Lawyer

Farmington Hills Family Law and Parenting Time Legal Advice You Can Trust

The exercise of a mother's legal parental rights is critical to the healthy development and future of a child. Fulfillment of custody and parenting time obligations for all divorced parents are necessary to maintain prominent roles for mothers and fathers in a child's life.

The bond between mother and child is special. If you are a Michigan mother who feels your rights have been violated, you have a friend and advocate in the family law offices of Lisa Stern in Farmington Hills.

Lisa D. Stern has counseled married, unmarried and divorced mothers for 18 years. She uses her legal knowledge, negotiation skills and litigation talents to ensure that your rights are protected.

Reserve your appointment for a complimentary consultation at this toll-free phone number: 800-550-3717.

Experienced, Effective Legal Advice for Mothers from Lisa Stern

Notify our law firm immediately if your mother's rights are at stake in family law disputes involving:

Don't allow your child's father to play fast and loose with the facts of your settlement agreement. If your custody and support rights are being undermined, or if your child has been taken away from you by an unlawful parental relocation, contact us.

Our skilled lawyer serves clients in cities such as Canton, Southfield, Novi, Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Walled Lake, Northville, Livonia, Keego Harbor, Royal Oak, Milford, Brighton, Ann Arbor, Rochester, Sterling Heights, Warren, Detroit and others in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Livingston County, Washtenaw County, Ingham County and Kent County, Michigan.

Your Free Initial Consultation With Our Michigan Mothers' Rights Attorney

Lisa D. Stern listens carefully to you, learns from you and translates what she learns into practical legal solutions that last. Call today, toll free, 800-550-3717 .

Phone and e-mail messages are promptly returned. If your schedule permits only an evening or weekend appointment, we will do what we can to arrange it.