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William J. Reisdorf, P.C. – Family Law Attorney

office:  248-689-6996
mobile:  248-766-4484
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Divorce | Custody | Parenting Time | Child Support | Spousal Support

Fathers Legal Group


Father's Rights Attorney in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb County.

Representing Michigan Fathers for Over 30 Years.

Fathers' Legal Group was formed by William Reisdorf, a divorce and child custody attorney based in Troy Michigan. Bill has been aggressively representing Michigan fathers for over 30 years. He believes that both parents deserve to be involved in the lives of their children, and is a strong advocate for joint custody and shared parenting.

If you are a man dealing with divorce, child custody, parenting time (visitation), paternity, child support, alimony, parental alienation, or other issues -- you don't need a novice representing you in court. You need an experienced attorney who will personally represent your case!  To schedule a free initial consultation, contact Bill directly on his cell phone at 248-766-4484, or send him an email



Watch Bill Reisdorf testify before the Michigan House on behalf of Joint Custody Legislation:




Listen to Bill's Custody Advice for Fathers on "Best Interest of the Family" (BIF) Radio

Episode 293: Five More Mistakes Some Dads Make in a Custody Battle



Listen to Other Appearances on BIF Radio



William J. Reisdorf, Attorney


William Reisdorf has been practicing family law in Southeast Michigan for over 30 years. He has extensive experience helping clients through divorce, custody, and parenting time issues. He has practiced before virtually every judge and family court in Southeast Michigan, and is among the most experienced family law attorneys in Southeast Michigan.

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Amicable Divorce -- Possible?


Michigan's Parenting Time  (Visitation) Statute


New Case Makes it Easier to Get Parenting Time


Is Alimony Dead in Michigan? Think Again!


How Does Paternity Work in Michigan?


5 Hot Tips for Parents in Custody Battles


Got a Good Custody Case, Dad? Take the Quiz?