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Why Hire a Family Lawyer from Haque Legal?

If you or a loved one is struggling with legal matters with an ex-spouse, spouse, or any family member, you might be unsure of the steps necessary to take to get the matter resolved. It is never easy pursuing legal action against a loved one.

At Haque Legal, we understand that this could cause serious issues with your family structure as you know it. Thankfully, a skilled Michigan family law attorney at our firm can help you navigate difficult conversations to obtain the result you desire.

  • We take a sensitive approach to all our family law cases.
  • We keep your desired outcome at the center of all negotiations.
  • We’ve achieved a positive result for hundreds of families.

Contact us to discuss your situation during a free consultation.

    "thank you to this DEVOTED team of EXPERT lawyers"

    - Shawnna U.

    "I highly recommend him as your attorney because he's serious and gets down to business."

    - Manual J.

    "This is a very knowledgeable, hard-working, and patient attorney."

    - Jose

Why Hire Us?


    In every case, we take on, our priority is always to exceed your needs and expectations. We look at the big picture, so we can achieve the highest level of client satisfaction and client results possible.


    Because we choose to work as a team, our clients benefit from our deep-rooted connections within the community and the strength of our networking power.


    We are committed to the community that we serve and are always finding new ways to get involved and partner with nonprofits within Michigan.


We handle a wide variety of family law cases and issues. The typical cases and controversies we see include:

Even if you don’t see your specific family law issue listed here, we have years of experience in the family law field and are happy to offer you a free case consultation. 

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Streamlined Family Law Solutions in Michigan

We understand that litigation processes such as child custody in Michigan can be very taxing on families; emotions can run high, and words are said that can’t be taken back. Our Michigan family law attorneys are familiar with non-trial alternatives that can help you resolve your dispute. 

Some of those alternatives include:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Collaborative Law
  • Family Law Arbitration

What is Alternative Dispute Resolution?

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a great way to solve issues like spousal support, child support, and child custody outside the courtroom. Parties can stipulate going to ADR or a family law judge can order parties to resolve their issues in ADR. ADR is less adversarial than the litigation process. A trained mediator will lead the conservation and go back and forth between the parties. Your family law attorney will sit with you to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process.

What Is Collaborative Law?

Collaborative law is a new development under Michigan family law. The whole idea is to assemble a professional team that helps the couple through tough aspects of divorce to solve financial and legal issues. You, your spouse, and your respective attorneys will sign an agreement not to go to court. Then, you will schedule a series of meetings to work together to figure out the terms of your divorce. 

Your attorney will be there to advise and assist you in advocating for yourself and your wants and needs from the divorce. Collaborative law is a very unique Michigan legal tool that many people are taking advantage of. For collaborative law to work, both parties must agree to approach problems in good faith. One of our family law-skilled attorneys can discuss the collaborative process with you in more detail during your free case consultation.

What Is Family Law Arbitration?

Family law arbitration is a step above the mediation process. An arbitrator is a neutral third party who acts as a judge. They will hear the issues and look at the evidence and make a decision on the issues. Family Law Arbitration is less formal than the courtroom, but the arbitrator’s decision is still binding on the parties. Arbitration is a great option for divorce, child support, and child custody issues.

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Family Law FAQs

Who Pays My Attorney Fees?

There are multiple ways attorney’s fees can be handled in Michigan. You or your attorney can request your attorney’s fees be handled by your spouse. To do so, you need to demonstrate that you are unable to bear the cost, your spouse is able to pay, or the expenses were incurred because the other party refused to comply, despite having the ability to comply.

Additionally, if your spouse exhibited bad conduct that led to your divorce or during the divorce process, they may be held liable for attorney’s fees. Your attorney can help you demonstrate these requirements before the court.


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