Divorce is a life changing event for everyone in the family. If you have kids, the mere news of a divorce can make them feel vulnerable, frightened and sad. Trying to manage all of that when you also may feel vulnerable about an uncertain future can be overwhelming. If you are facing a divorce, don’t go it alone. Instead, contact Debra Keehn. She has helped many clients successfully navigate the legal process and come out of it feeling more hopeful and whole. She will guide you through your options and help you figure out how best to approach and resolve the issues in your case. Co-parenting can be a real challenge after divorce, but it can be a successful journey that serves everyone when both parents take responsibility for their role in family troubles and commit together to do better going forward. Your children will thank you in the years ahead, in ways both large and small, if you and your spouse put your struggles with each other aside, minimize conflict and put the children and their needs first.
Debra Keehn practices family law in the context of divorce, child custody, paternity, child and spousal support, personal protection orders, guardianships, conservatorships and other family law issues. She helps fathers and mothers with all aspects of family law and has a special expertise in family law matters that are complicated by mental illness and other special needs. Her practice areas include:
- Child Custody & Parenting Time
- Child Support
- Spousal Support (Alimony)
- Division of Marital Property & Debt
- Post-judgment Modification of Judgments and Orders
- Personal Protection Orders
When a divorce or other family law matter is looming, you should have a divorce lawyer who understands you and your situation. Debra Keehn will help you achieve a fair and equitable agreement on child custody, support and property distribution while also doing everything possible to promote healing within your family. You can contact Debra Keehn
with all your family law questions by calling 734-213-2775. She serves clients in Washtenaw, Livingston, Monroe, Wayne, Oakland, Lenawee, and Jackson Counties.