Mediation - the smart alternative to a lawsuit

Why try mediation?

  • The decision-making process belongs to you
  • You get to reach an agreement you can live with
  • It works! The goal of mediation is to have all parties arrive at a mutually satisfactory agreement
  • It’s affordable. The cost of mediation is far less than a trial
  • It’s effective. 80% of all mediations end in agreement
  • It’s convenient with Saturday and evening appointments to accommodate party schedules
  • It’s private. Mediation discussions are confidential and cannot be used in a lawsuit
  • Parties do not lose their right to a trial


Criminal Defense - keeping you out of jail

Criminal charges are SERIOUS. The outcome can dramatically affect your life. For that reason, you need the best legal representation possible.

I guide and prepare you to achieve the very best outcomes. I have the record to support this claim along with 14 years experience representing clients facing misdemeanor and felony charges.

The right attorney can make the difference!

I focus on:
1) Keeping you out of jail
2) Making the process as painless as possible

AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK – (734) 587-8126 Call Melissa Matiash BEFORE you give up your right to remain silent.

Family Law - Divorce, Child Custody & Support

Family issues can be sensitive, overwhelming and debilitating. I focus on obtaining the best, long-term solution for you and your children.

I have 14 years experience representing clients in Family Court. I am committed to working hard for my clients and I DO RETURN PHONE CALLS.

*Office consultation available by appointment.

* Flexible office hours for your convenience.

Probate Law - protecting your wishes

Sometimes it is impossible to predict what might happen in five minutes, let alone five years. The best thing you can do is plan in advance by drafting wills and trusts, determining guardians and granting powers of attorney. For more than 14 years, I have been helping clients prepare for all of life's unexpected turns

  • Wills: A will is a document stating your intention for how you want your property to be distributed to your heirs.
  • Trusts: Trusts can take the place of or supplement a will. A trust manages the allocation of property by giving its benefits to many individuals and can be used while an individual is still living. Trusts become more useful for high-value estates and tax avoidance.
  • Health care directives: Also known as living wills, these documents express how you would like to be treated in different medical situations.
  • Powers of attorney: Granting a power of attorney to an individual allows them to act on your behalf in various business and legal matters.

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Located At:
123 S Macomb St
Monroe, MI 48161

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