The Ghost of a Lawyer Future – A letter to the Newly Minted Attorney
Kristina Bilowus, is an associate attorney at Findling Law and adjunct professor at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Kristina had the honor of being published in the November 2017 Michigan Bar Journal, a publication by the State Bar of Michigan. Kristina Bilowus’s letter to the newly minted attorney reflects her thoughts and values which I am proud to say are shared by all members of Findling Law. Prior to joining Findling Law in early 2016, Kristina Bilowus was the judicial law clerk for Judge Elizabeth Pezzetti in the Oakland County Circuit Court. Kristina is skilfull, compassionate and a smart lawyer. A zealous advocate and a wonderful addition to our team.
The attorneys and support staff at Findling Law feel it is important to recognize her contributions to the State Bar of Michigan. At Findling Law, we don’t assign clients to associates. Rather, our clients can choose who they would like to help them navigate their situation and Kristina Bilowus would be a wonderful choice.
A copy of the recent article by Kristina Bilowus is provided below:
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I have been exclusively practicing divorce and family law in Michigan for over two decades. The attorneys at Findling Law all share the core value of practicing law to help people navigate change in their lives, without compromising principles. We specialize in high socio-economic, high-profile and high-conflict cases, while also working with clients of all backgrounds. We recognize that the most important aspect of the practice of law is the application of the law to your specific circumstances.That is why we provide more free information on divorce and family law than any other Michigan law firm. We want to help you manage your situation. Allow our exceptional legal team to help you navigate the change in your life, without compromising principles.
By: Daniel Findling