Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to get divorced?
In Michigan, the parties have a waiting period of 60 days from filing of the action in order to be able to file a final Judgement of Divorce when there are no children. This waiting period extends to six months when children are born or adopted by the parties. In special cases, the six month…Read More
How do I file for divorce?
Typically, a summons and complaint for divorce are filed by the moving party. One spouse is actually suing the other spouse and asking the court to grant relief by granting that party a divorce. At Nolan Law Offices, we offer a free consultation and discuss all costs and fees. A retainer fee is prepared and…Read More
Will I go to jail for a drunk driving?
Maybe. For a first offense, unless there are egregious circumstances, a defendant is rarely given jail time. However, jail time is mandatory for a second offense and a third offense usually brings more substantial time. However, at Nolan Law Offices, we seek alternatives to jail and we do our best to help the client avoid…Read More
What is a typical retainer fee?
Retainer fees vary depending on the proposed legal work to be performed. At Nolan Law Offices, free consultations are granted and fees are discussed during this free consultation. Following the consultation and the quoted retainer fee, a fee agreement is prepared and signed by the lawyer and the client.Read More
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Andy LaPres and Terry Nolan continue to fight for their clients. Sometimes, Andy and Terry are aggressive and sometimes they’re passive. They will do whatever is in the clients’ best interests. If you’re looking for legal advice or to hire a caring lawyer, call our office at 231-769-2600 to schedule an appointment.Read More
Why it is important to ask for a lawyer when the police want to question you?
n my opinion, it doesn’t matter how insignificant the crime, it is ALWAYS better to consult with an attorney BEFORE speaking to the police.Read More