Michael Toth delivers a deep bench of experience over his broad legal practice in litigation and family law. After decades of serving a very diverse clientele on a wide range of legal issues, he has proven time and again his ability to solve serious problems involving a high degree of emotion, stress, and financial and personal ramifications.
Clients and colleagues alike repeatedly seek Michael’s counsel because of his reputation for consistently providing keen insights, unwavering dedication to achieving their end game, and effectual litigation and dispute resolution skills. Everyone around him respects his consistent attention to detail, preparedness in the courtroom, and absolute professionalism. With a personal belief these qualities are critical to his clients’ ultimate success, Michael remains steadfastly dedicated to leveraging his talent to realize exceptional results for those he serves.
A formidable litigator, Michael’s practice spans many facets of family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, property division, spousal support, and domestic abuse. Sensitive to the high-stakes and profound repercussions inherent in family law matters, he takes the time to understand each client’s often unique situation and develop actionable legal strategies that make sense for his client and achieve the best possible outcome under the law.
Posts by or including Mike Toth
Can You – and Should You – Appeal a Divorce Judgment?
Mike Toth | Sep 29
When it comes to resolving the myriad family law issues involved in a divorce – child custody … Continue Reading
How Are Bonuses and Commissions Divided in a Michigan Divorce?
Mike Toth | Jun 17
When it comes to how Michigan family law courts divide property and assets in a divorce, one … Continue Reading
What Divorced and Unmarried Parents Need to Know about CARES Act Family Relief Payments
Mike Toth | Apr 03
COVID-19 has hit families hard in Michigan and across the country. For divorced and unmarried parents, there … Continue Reading
Does Your Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Apply to COVID-19 Losses?
Mike Toth | Mar 30
As most Michigan business owners are aware, Governor Whitmer’s “Stay at Home Stay Safe” executive order and … Continue Reading
Michigan Family Law Update: The Impact of “Shelter in Place” on Parenting Time Orders
Mike Toth | Mar 24
Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order requires Michigan residents to “Shelter in Place” to stem … Continue Reading
Does a Parent’s Legal Use of Marijuana Jeopardize Custody Rights?
Mike Toth | Feb 28
American attitudes towards marijuana are changing, and an increasing number of states, including Michigan, have enacted laws … Continue Reading
Proving Competence in Michigan Divorce Cases
Mike Toth | Dec 20
Michigan is a no-fault divorce state, which means simply that family law our state says you are entitled … Continue Reading
Expungement of Records for Marijuana-Related Convictions in Michigan
Mike Toth | Dec 05
Over the last five years, 117,123 Michiganders were arrested and charged with misdemeanor marijuana offenses, and nearly … Continue Reading
Medical Technology Advancements and the Impact on Divorce Practice
Mike Toth | Oct 02
At an increasing rate, couples are turning to assisted reproduction technologies (ART) to create families that are … Continue Reading