Michael A. Robbins
Michael A. Robbins is of counsel to Lipson, Neilson, Cole, Seltzer & Garin, P.C. He has a unique philosophy in handling family law matters and believes that every client deserves individual attention and the best representation possible. Mr. Robbins has developed a successful family law practice. He also recognizes the emotional trauma and pain individuals suffer when going through a divorce. As a result, he offers his clients the time and the experience necessary to guide them through one of the most difficult experiences in their life. In every case, Mr. Robbins first attempts to bring about a quick, civilized, fair and inexpensive resolution. If that cannot be accomplished, he offers aggressive professional representation. Mr. Robbins has developed a reputation not only as an expert in the area of family law, but also in attending to the individual needs of his clients.
He has served as past chairperson of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan, past president of the Michigan Interprofessional Association, and past president of the Michigan Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Mr. Robbins has also been named one of the “Best Lawyers in America” in family law and one of the top 100 lawyers in Michigan by the New York Times and Super Lawyers. He is a frequent lecturer on the subject of family law in Michigan and has appeared as a guest on television programs such as “Good Morning America”, “The Today Show” and “CBS Good Morning”. He has taught family law and has authored numerous articles on the subject of family law. Based upon Mr. Robbins’ extensive experience in family law, he often assists the courts as a mediator and arbitrator in the resolution of family law disputes. With over 30 years of experience working with families in Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Farmington Hills and in your community, Mr. Robbins is eminently qualified to represent you during one of the most difficult times of your life.
Mr. Robbins’ expertise in Family Law includes;
- Child Custody
- Parenting Time
- Spousal and Child Support
- Domestic Violence
- Property Division