Gladwin Divorce Lawyer

Gladwin Divorce LawyerKathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates Divorce Attorneys have been practicing in Michigan for more than 20 years. Contact the law office at 248-676-1000 for a Gladwin Divorce Lawyer. As a Michigan Divorce lawyer, Kathryn Wayne-Spindler and her associates take pride in winning difficult divorce cases and helping clients achieve optimal support settlements.

Aggressive and Compassionate Gladwin Divorce Lawyer

Although we are known for our aggressive protection of our clients’ interests in Michigan divorce cases, we are also compassionate and sympathetic when it comes to discussing the emotional strains of divorce. Whether you’re just starting to investigate divorce or or have already filed and just want some assistance with documents, the Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates attorneys have the experience and creative problem solving to assist you. Contact the office of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates in Milford, Michigan at 248-676-1000 for a Gladwin Divorce Lawyer you can trust.

Kathryn Wayne-Spindler Clare Divorce Lawyer

Experienced Michigan Attorneys at Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates are accepting new divorce clients in four mid-Michigan counties: Clare, Gladwin, Ogemaw and Roscommon. The Michigan Family Law Attorneys of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates have one simple objective: to handle clients’ legal worries so you can concentrate on life and family. Contact Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates today to learn more about our experience and success at 248-676-1000. Our mid-Michigan legal practice area includes these Gladwin communities: Beaverton; Bentley; Billings; Bourret; Buckeye; Butman; Clement; Gladwin; Grim; Grout; Hay; Sage; Secord; Sherman; and Tobacco townships.

55th Circuit Court

The Gladwin County Circuit Court is located at 401 West Cedar Avenue
Gladwin, MI 48624. The hours are M – F 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

According to the Gladwin County Circuit Court website:

The circuit court is the trial court with the broadest powers in Michigan. In general, the circuit court handles all civil cases with claims of more than $25,000 and all felony criminal cases (cases where the accused, if found guilty, could be sent to prison). The family division of circuit court handles all cases regarding divorce, parternity, adoptions, personal protection actions, emancipation of minors, treatment and testing of infectious disease, safe delivery of newborns, name changes, juvenile offenses and delinquency, juvenile guardianship, and child abuse and neglect. In addition, the circuit court hears cases appealed from the other trial courts or from administrative agencies. The friend of the court office is part of the family division of the circuit court and handles domestic relations cases where minor children are involved. There are 57 circuit courts in Michigan. Circuit court judges are elected for six-year terms.

For more information about the court, check out the 55th Circuit Court website.