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    Specializing in Estate Planning, (Wills, Durable Power of Attorney, Medical and Financial), Criminal Law (Misdemeanor and Felony), Family Law, and Bankruptcy!

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About Erika…

Erika is a hard working Attorney with the drive to see your case until the end!  She has over 15 years of investigative experience in the criminal world. Before she embarked upon her journey to law school, she attended the University of Detroit Mercy, where she majored in Criminal Justice Studies.  She quickly rose to the occasion when she completed her Master’s degree in Intelligence Analysis, also at the University of Detroit Mercy. This was just a small portion of her passion for the legal field. She later joined the elite journey of pursuing her Law Degree in 2012.  She attended Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in Auburn Hills, Michigan. While at law school, she served in organizations like Christian Legal Society, Black Law Students Associations, Office of Student Council and was the Senior Editor in Homeland and National Law Review. Not only did she graduate with honors (cum laude), she was featured in the “Detroit Legal News” as a “Graduate of Excellence” in September of 2017.  

She has invaluable experience as a legal intern, ranging from Estate Planning, Immigration law, and Prosecutorial work at Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office. The passion that Erika displays in and out of court is a force to be recognized. She has the heart and the integrity to treat each case and client with confidentiality and respect.  Let it also be noted, that before her legal career she has interned with the Michigan Attorney General Office in the Civil Rights Division as well as the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Department in the federal government.  With her amount of knowledge in just about every area of the legal and law enforcement field her employment area is second to none!

While working as a Probation Officer at 36th District Court, she was able to see a need for more young lawyers in the legal profession.  She also worked as a Probation Officer for the Michigan Department of Corrections where she was exposed to more serious felony cases that would propel her to her next journey as a Regulation Agent with the Office of Inspector General with the State of Michigan.  After her times of working, she would often give back to her community and coach the West Bloomfield Lions Youth Athletics Cheer/Dance Team. She expressed that this was a moment that she cherishes: “giving back to the youth in our world”.While work may be hard for others to ascertain.. She continues to live by a motto instilled in her  by a famous anonymous quote:Success is that place in the road, where preparation and opportunity meet, but too few people recognize it, because it is often disguised as HARD WORK”!  She has worked hard to build her legal career, and she will work hard for YOU!

Specializing in Estate Planning, (Wills, Durable Power of Attorney, Medical and Financial), Criminal Law (Misdemeanor and Felony), Family Law, and Bankruptcy!

Contact Erika…

P. O. Box 252251
West Bloomfield, MI 48325
Phone: (248) 747-3479

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