Divorce and Family Law Attorney

Serving all of Southeast Michigan

Phone

(248) 599-7036

Why Heather?

At the Law Office of Heather A. Hartner each case is treated with individual attention and respect geared towards your specific needs.  Ms. Hartner practices a client based style of law where her client’s needs come first.  She is a firm believer that no client should feel left in the dark and should be well informed at every point in their case. She always makes sure to take any time necessary to explain the legalities of the particular situation to her clients.   She further works hard to provide each client with quality and tough representation both in and out of the courtroom.  She is not only compassionate, but firm and realistic with her clients.

Ms. Hartner understands the emotional toll a divorce or custody action can have on a family, not only a professional level, but a personal level as well.  She will fight not only for you,  your family and your future  to make a positive difference in your life.  MS. Hartner invites you to cont act her today for your free, confidential consultation.

In addition to her regular business hours, evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.

Heather A. Hartner Bio

Ms. Hartner graduated from Oakland University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism. After working as a journalist for a year. Ms. Hartner  attended law school at Michigan State University School of Law. In 2004, Ms. Hartner obtained her Juris Doctor from MSU School of Law and in February 2005, Ms. Hartner was admitted to the Michigan State Bar Association. For the last 8 1/2 years Ms. Hartner was employed with a Southfield Law firm, where her primary focus was family law and is now in private practice so that she may better serve her clients.

Shortly after graduating law school and with two small children, Ms. Hartner was involved in her own divorce and custody proceedings. It was this experience that drives her to this day to help others get through this often painful experience with knowledge, compassion, and a sense of hope. Today, Ms. Hartner is re-married and lives with her current husband and three children in Oakland County.