GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Attorney Elizabeth K. Bransdorfer recently co-authored the book “Handling a Divorce Case in Michigan.” The book was published by The Institute of Continuing Legal Education and the other co-authors are Jennie Boldish Bryan and Elizabeth A. Solomon. The book is a step-by-step guide for lawyers working in the legally and emotionally complex field of divorce. It focuses on practical matters of procedure, strategy, organization, and timing rather than the substantive law which is available in other ICLE publications and includes information about Collaborative Practice and limited scope representation, which is increasing in popularity as a way for individuals of modest means to secure legal help with parts of their cases, while handling other parts themselves.
Liz practices in litigation and alternative dispute resolution, with a practice emphasis on domestic relations. She is also trained in family law Collaborative Practice.