Staci D. Giske

Family Lawyer

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IT’S YOUR FAMILY

When you are facing family court issues, it can feel frustrating and overwhelming. Sometimes you do not know what to do. You want to keep things as “normal” as possible for yourself and your children, even while you are facing big changes. You need help navigating the process. You need a teammate who knows the system and share your legal burdens and stress. Staci Giske can help.

Divorce and other family transitions are difficult. They make everyone in the family feel as if they have no control and that things are happening to them as opposed to for them. The entire experience can create scars that last a lifetime, even under the best of circumstances. Your job, especially if you are a parent, is to protect your loved ones and ensure that necessary transitions are as smooth as possible.

Does it feel as if judges, the Friend of the Court, attorneys, and your ex are all trying to impose on your family? Are you hoping to balance your desires with common sense and tough advocacy, but you are not sure where to begin? Experienced family lawyer Staci can advocate for you and guide you through the process.

Staci has been working with families for more than 15 years. She understands that no two families are alike, but knows that many of them face similar challenges when dealing with divorce and transition. Her compassionate style of representation ensures that you feel comfortable, confident, and in control of your situation, even when the path to your family’s new life is rocky.

An Advocate You Need

Staci takes pride in working as a partner with her clients. She also puts herself in the position of advocate. She knows that for most people, hiring a family law attorney is “a necessary evil,”but she wants to make the experience as pleasant as possible. She works hard to provide every client with personal attention and reassure them that they will get through even the most difficult times.

Divorce will likely be one of the most difficult transitions your family has to endure. The process can be even more overwhelming when your former partner refuses to work with you to make the transition smooth. Staci is familiar with the court system and knows that there are certain times it is necessary to resolve divorce matters in the courtroom. When this happens, she is by her clients’ sides fighting on their behalf in front of the judge.

Staci knows what a challenging time divorce can be and she wants to help clients learn from their experience and be able to move forward into a better and brighter future.

In addition to the legal support Staci offers, she is also able to offer counseling. She shares her experience with self-improvement with clients and helps them cope with their current situation and take a positive approach to the future.

Planning for a New Life and Healing

Staci believes there are a season and a time for everything, but not every case needs aggression and adversity. She believes far too many people set themselves up for failure in divorce and wants to help her clients fin a better approach. She works with her clients to create a plan and view their legal situations within the context of their lives and desired outcomes. As difficult as divorce is, you can heal during and after the process.

Staci believes there is no such thing as “winning” or “losing” in divorce and that you should not be blaming or seeking revenge. She encourages clients to focus their energy on learning what the divorce process can teach them about themselves, their spouses, and their children.

If you are looking for a better way to transition from marriage to divorce, Staci can help. Contact her at 248-399-7700 to learn more.

You’re Covered

The Giske Law Center has the expertise to handle all of your family law needs including: Divorce , Custody and Parenting Time , Paternity ,Child Support ,Spousal Support or Alimony ,Arrearages or Unpaid Support , Revocation of Paternity , Step-Parent Adoption ,Prenuptial Agreements ,Domestic Mediation

Giske Law Center is committed to being a full service law firm. Whatever your legal problem, Giske Law Center will help you find the right lawyer to solve it. Attorney Staci D. Giske is connected to a network of other legal specialists and will help you find someone with experience to address your specific needs.

Your Personal Expert

At the Giske Law Center, Attorney Staci D. Giske personally manages every case. She takes the time to get to know you, your particular needs, and goals for your family and future. She works with you to create a plan specific to your case, whether you are a man or woman, parent or spouse. When you call the Giske Law Center Staci will respond to you personally. When you need help right away, a experienced full-time paralegal is ready to assist you. You will always know what is going on and have a say in how your case is handled from start to finish.

Your First Step

Family law problems can be overwhelming. That’s why Giske Law Center is here to help you through the process. But you have to take the first step. Call (248) 399-7700 or Contact Us today for your free initial consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of bankruptcy?

There are four different types of bankruptcy:● Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are used by individuals who are struggling financially. ● Chapter 11 bankruptcy is used by businesses that are struggling financially, and in some rare cases by individuals. ● Chapter 12 is an option for farmers. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common type of bankruptcy to come to mind when someone says they are filing and it results in the discharge of all unsecured debts. Chapter 13, the second most common type filed by individuals provides a means by which to repay debt over an extended period of time.

What are the main differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

The main difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 is how assets are dealt with. ● Chapter 7 results in the liquidation of any assets and the funds are used to repay creditors. ● Chapter 13 provides protection for assets and debtors are given the opportunity to repay their debts over the course of several years through a court-approved payment plan. In most cases, people without many assets will choose Chapter 7 and people who have a steady income and assets they wish to protect will choose Chapter 13.

Should I file for bankruptcy?

Determining whether bankruptcy is right for you is a very personal decision. It’s important to have a financial expert review your situation and discuss with you the pros and cons. Bankruptcy might be right for you if: ● You have fallen behind on your bills. ● Yare unable to afford monthly payments with no significant financial improvement on the horizon. ● You are considering borrowing from retirement savings to alleviate your debt. Everyone who begins the bankruptcy process must participate in an educational program that helps them assess their financial situation and determine if bankruptcy is truly their best option.

Is there a certain amount of debt to qualify for bankruptcy?

Legally, there is no minimum amount of debt to file for bankruptcy. However, it’s important to consider how much debt you have when determining whether bankruptcy is in your best interest. There are options for dealing with debt that are not as drastic as bankruptcy and for many people, these tools will be more effective for resolving financial issues. If you feel you are struggling financially and bankruptcy seems as if it could be a viable option, it’s important to speak to a financial expert. He or she can review your situation and help you determine how to proceed.

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Staci D. Giske

Attorney Staci D. Giske has been handling divorce and family law cases since before she opened the Staci D. Giske, P.C., in 2001.

2669 Coolidge Hwy,
Berkley, MI 48072

Contact: (248)-399-7700

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