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Divorce

Paternity

Revocation of Paternity

Guardianships

Grandparent Rights

Appeals

Small Business

Probate, Will, & Estate

Working to tip the scales of justice in your favor.

Schmeltzer Law is a boutique law firm focusing on all issues concerning the family, including:

  • Family Law (Divorce, Paternity, Child Custody)

  • Small Business

  • Probate and Estate Law

  • Appeals

Learn More About Lori
Lori Schmeltzer PLLC - Traverse City Attorney

From the Schmeltzer Law Blog

How to protect the family cottage for future generations!

It is easy to fall in love with Northern Michigan. Many families have vacationed here for generations and sometimes purchase a second home, or “family cottage.” Over the years, [...]

By | October 19th, 2018|

When young parents die, what happens to their children?

Part of preparing an estate plan is choosing who will raise your children in your absence. Normally the surviving parent will become a minor child’s sole custodian (there are [...]

By | October 15th, 2018|

Why do I need an estate plan?

Whether you are 72 years old, enjoying retirement, or 22 and looking for that first “real” job, proper estate planning is critical. It is the cornerstone of long-term financial [...]

By | October 11th, 2018|

Working to tip the scales of justice in your favor.

Schmeltzer Law is a boutique law firm focusing on all issues concerning the family, including:

  • Family Law (Divorce, Paternity, Child Custody)

  • Small Business

  • Probate and Estate Law

  • Appeals

Learn More About Lori
Lori Schmeltzer PLLC - Traverse City Attorney

From the Schmeltzer Law Blog

How to protect the family cottage for future generations!

It is easy to fall in love with Northern Michigan. Many families have vacationed here for generations and sometimes purchase a second home, or “family cottage.” Over the years, [...]

By | October 19th, 2018|

When young parents die, what happens to their children?

Part of preparing an estate plan is choosing who will raise your children in your absence. Normally the surviving parent will become a minor child’s sole custodian (there are [...]

By | October 15th, 2018|

Why do I need an estate plan?

Whether you are 72 years old, enjoying retirement, or 22 and looking for that first “real” job, proper estate planning is critical. It is the cornerstone of long-term financial [...]

By | October 11th, 2018|