SUE KEENER, Attorney, Mediator & Collaborative Lawyer

As chair of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Michigan and as my career developed, I found traditional litigation was often frustrating for my clients; it often failed to address the human aspect of divorce, and failed to resolve issues my clients deemed most important.

So I pursued both Mediation and Collaborative Divorce Training. These processes and skills help integrate my values and life perspectives with my work as a lawyer and mediator.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

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Mediation

Empowering each client to resolve disputes respectfully and fully informed in the process of restructuring his or her life and family.

Mediation . . .

. . . is much less expensive than court, is confidential, and helps avoid future conflicts. 

Collaborative Divorce . . .

. . . provides an alternative to court and allows couple to tailor decisions to their needs and goals.

An Experienced Attorney . . .

 . . . guides her client through a difficult process to the best resolution.

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE,

MEDIATION, AND DOMESTIC

RELATIONS LITIGATION

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Collaborative

Family Law Litigation