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Michigan Divorce Law Firm 

Knowledgeable and comprehensive, we address the intricacies of divorce and separation every day. As experienced, dedicated divorce attorneys we can help you successfully navigate the legal issues and other challenges involved in divorce or separation in Michigan

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Attorney N. Hammoud , JD​

Cell    : (248) 622-2288
Office: (248) 281-6299

Tel: (248) 281-6299

We Handle 

High Net Worth Divorce
No Fault Divorce

In high net worth divorces, we gain a thorough and comprehensive understanding of all marital assets, including real estate, businesses, retirement and investment accounts, inheritances and trust interests as well as valuable personal property (e.g., art collections, collectibles, antiques, memberships).
High net worth divorces require a detailed evaluation of all income, which may be derived from wage earnings, bonuses, stock options, real estate, business interests, investments or other complicated sources whose value can be difficult to ascertain. We help clients understand how such income sources may relate to issues of spousal maintenance and child support.
​​No-fault grounds is a type of divorce in which the spouse filing for the divorce does not need to prove any fault on the other spouse as to why the marriage didn’t work out. Instead, no-fault is based on any reason that the state honors for divorce such as “irreconcilable differences” or “irreparable breakdown of marriage.” All this means is that the spouses no longer get along for the marriage to work. 


Spousal Maintenance/alimony

​​The court is required to consider several factors, including need and a spouse’s ability to pay. With our longtime business and financial background, we creatively pursue all options to arrive at an appropriate spousal maintenance amount.​​
Child Custody and Visitation


​​We help families negotiate custody (decision making) and parenting time.  We work hard to obtain the ideal possible result for your family.
Equitable Distribution
When getting a divorce, most people really don’t know what to expect in terms of what assets each party can expect to receive. Michigan is an equitable distribution state, which simply means that when the courts are involved in the process, their goal is to split all assets in such a way that positions each party in the best possible way to begin their life apart. This doesn’t necessarily mean that each party will get exactly 50% of all the assets, and in fact, that almost never happens.

If you or your spouse has filed for divorce, whether on fault or no-fault grounds, it is important to have an experienced divorce attorney by your side. The right attorney can help walk you through the process of divorce, protect your rights, ensure you receive your fair portion of assets, help you prove fault, or help you disprove or present a defense to a fault divorce claim against you



About Our Lawyers 


Stephen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science, graduating Magna cum Laude; a Masters of Business Administration from Long Island University; and a Juris Doctor, Dean’s List, from Touro Law School.


Attorney Steven D. Richter has nearly 20 years of experience.  Born and raised in Detroit, Mr. Richter graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy in 1998 with academic distinction before continuing his education at Wayne State University Law School where he served with distinction as an Articles Editor on the prestigious Wayne Law Review. Steve currently resides in Southfield with his wife and five children. 



Attorney N. Hammoud has focused almost exclusively on matrimonial and family law.  She manage all aspects of divorce including complex financial issues, extensive marital assets, post-judgment modifications and court order enforcement issues. She helps clients negotiate custody and visitation disputes, child support issues, spousal maintenance/alimony matters and property division agreements, frequently working to resolve complicated issues involving business valuations, pension and retirement plans, stock portfolios and real property. 
Call (248) 281-6299 If you need a Michigan Lawyer in Detroit area and Wayne County