Monday – Friday
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

325 N. Burdick Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007


Kalamazoo Family Law

Colleen Markou Law PC represents individuals in a variety of domestic relations matters including premarital agreements, divorce and separation, child custody, child support modifications, enforcement of court orders and agreements, step-parent adoptions and guardianships. Not only will Colleen Markou Law PC provide clients with highly effective representation that focuses on serving their best interests, we will be there to provide our clients with a little bit of humanity.

Colleen Markou Law PC focuses on assisting families that are struggling with various family law matters. With integrity, honesty, and compassion, Ms. Markou provides her clients with outstanding service and care. Not only is Colleen able to vigilantly represent individuals while navigating the emotional and legal processes they face, but also, she is able to assist parties in mediating their disputes without needing to go before a judge.

Our Mission

To help our clients navigate through the legal process to obtain the best results and remain sensitive to the needs of all family members involved.

  • Child Custody & Support

  • Collaborative Divorce

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Domicile Change
  • Enforcement
    of Court Orders
  • Guardianship Proceedings
  • Marital Settlement
    Agreements / Mediation
  • Parenting Time Modification
  • Paternity
  • Property Division
  • Spousal Support

Our Services

  • Child Custody & Support Following the Michigan guidelines and factors set forth by the law, the judge will consider what is in the best interest of your child.
  • Collaborative Divorce Without litigation, attorneys of both parties work together to resolve conflicts in a cooperative manner in order to achieve a negotiated outcome.
  • Divorce and SeparationRepresenting you during an emotionally difficult time by providing honest counsel and support through the legal process.
  • Domicile Change When one parent wants to move, this could affect the parenting time schedule.
  • Enforcement Of Court Orders Proceedings that rule for a person to obey orders which have been given in regard to various matters including child support, property division, visitation, and alimony.
  • Guardianship Proceedings Also known as protective proceedings, appointing an individual to care for the property and the person of someone who is incapable of taking care of himself or his property.
  • Marital Settlement Agreements / Mediation Assisting you and yourspouse in coming to an amicable resolution without the need of going to court.
  • Parenting Time Modification At times, a parent or both parentswould like to adjust the parenting time schedule for the child’s best interests.
  • Paternity The identity of the father is legally established which can be used in cases to set up child support or reunite estranged fathers to their children.
  • Property Division Shared property, assets, and income are divided based on several factors including if any prenuptial agreements exist and depending upon the nature of the assets.
  • Spousal Support Also known as alimony, spousal support provides financial payments after the divorce during the time of transitions, particularly if there is a considerable disparage between incomes prior to the divorce.

Colleen Markou Law PC

325 N. Burdick Street  Kalamazoo, MI 49007 

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