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Archer, Kenney and Wilson has been located for many years in Dearborn, Michigan. The attorneys are involved in a wide range of cases, and the areas that they practice most often in are these:

  • Family Law:   Families are complicated. This law firm has many years of experience in complicated divorce, spousal support, and child custody cases.

  • Estate Planning:   The attorneys at this firm can answer your questions about trusts, wills, living wills, guardianships, or conservatorships. They can create a Special Needs Trust for family members who need a plan to coordinate with government assistance programs. They will work closely with you on your unique estate planning and administration needs.

  • Real Estate:   Many times the clients of the firm are buying or selling a home. Or, they may require help with the purchase commercial property; Archer Kenney and Wilson can negotiate, draft, and review your purchase agreement to ensure that you obtain favorable terms. Our attorneys can explain the agreements and contracts so that you will understand your rights and responsibilities. We can also attend your closing.

  • Criminal Defense & DUI:   The firm has a Michigan criminal defense specialist attorney who can step in following an arrest for a drug violation, a parole issue, or another criminal offense. An attorney at the firm who is a criminal defense and DUI lawyer, specialized in Michigan law, will put his experience to work and provide skillful representation.


Archer Kenney & Wilson has been representing clients in southeast Michigan for over 50 years. We focus on caring, personal attention and effective representation. Please contact us for a consultation.



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