Focused on family law, criminal law as well as estate planning, Miranda Bailey-Quick of Harris Law is dedicated to assisting clients in navigating their way through their cases in Gaylord MI. The Otsego County Judicial System is comprised of 3 different courts. Each court operates in its own way and can be confusing. Laws are constantly changing and this can easily impact many factors surrounding your case including punishments and outcomes. Factor in issues which involve more than one court at a time, families or documentation and the entire experience can seem overwhelming. From divorce and parenting issues to wills, estates or traffic offenses, even the smallest case can easily become too much to handle without the help of a skilled and qualified lawyer in Gaylord MI .
As a lawyer familiar with the law and the way it operates in Gaylord and the surrounding areas, Bailey Quick Law can help you get the best outcome no matter what type of situation you may be in. Well versed in many areas including family, criminal and other forms of law, we can help you deal with a variety of cases including:
- Friend of the Court
- Legal Separation
- Parenting Time
- Child Support
- Pre/Postnuptial Agreements
- Name Changes
- Probation Violations
- Juvenile Defense
- Durable Power of Attorney for Finances
- Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
- Probate of Decedent’s Estate – Simple and Complex
- Traffic Offenses
- Driver’s License Restoration
- Personal Protection Orders
Whether you are facing a case in the 46th Circuit Court, Otsego County Division, 87-A District Court of the Otsego County or Probate Court, we are familiar with these courts and how they work and are ready to assist you. If you are looking a for skilled, caring and qualified lawyer in Gaylord MI, contact Harris Law at 231.347.4444 or fill out the form directly to your right to schedule your free consultation. Don’t try to navigate the law on your own, let a professional assist you and get the best outcome.
Miranda Bailey-Quick is a member of the State Bar of Michigan Family Law Section, Criminal Law Section and Indigenous Law Section as well as being a member of the Federal Bar Association of the Eastern District of Michigan.