Waterford Michigan Family Lawyer

With over 20 years of legal experience in Michigan, Charles P. Farrar is here to help. He currently serves as Chair of the Oakland County Bar Association Juvenile Law Committee, and is a general member of the Oakland County Bar Association Family Court Committee. Oakland County Family law attorney, Charles P. Farrar is Michigan's forefront lawyer in domestic law cases. Our firm provides expert legal advice while you face emotionally driven domestic issues. Your concerns, and our extensive legal experience will guide the direction of your case. Your options will be thoroughly arrayed and supplemented with concise explanations of pertinent legalities. Our family lawyers will provide the hands-on personal attention that you deserve, while committing a fervid focus on legally representing you. Take the first step and contact us to schedule a complimentary consultation to go over your needs.

Areas of Expertise

Child Custody

Michigan Child Custody lawyers at our firm will best help you move your case forward in a fair and honorable manner to get you the results you want. In Michigan Child Custody is the rights and responsibilities that one parent carries towards a child. Knowing these rights and finding the right attorney to protect yours and your childrens rights is an important matter. This not only includes physically keeping a child, but also...
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Divorce

The Law Firm of Family Lawyer Michigan believes you should be fully informed and have only the best representation to defend your legal rights. Going through a Divorce is a very personal, emotional and difficult decision to make and even more difficult to finalize legally. Dissolving a marriage can include children, property, business interests, debt and many...
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Guardianship

Michigan Guardianship Family lawyers rigorously peruse guardianship cases to provide succinct advice. Your child, parent, grandparent or elderly relative or friend may begin to experience signs of mental or physical incapacity. At this stage, your loved one may find it difficult to make most decisions for themselves, especially relative to any financial and personal care decisions. You and your family members should be concerned about...
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