Robert Carey has been a general trial practitioner with extensive
experience in Divorce and Family law. This includes issues
of divorce, annulment, separate maintenance, child custody,
child support, property division, alimony and related matters.
He also handles name changes, paternity, step parent adoption,
child abuse and neglect, guardianship and conservatorships
for legally incapacitated persons and minors.
Robert Carey's practice also includes extensive experience in
Probate Court. This includes probate of estates of decedents, testate
(with Will) and intestate (without Will), Will and trust matters
and claims against estates. Mr. Carey also drafts Wills and
and related documents.
Criminal Law is another area in which
Robert Carey has extensive experience. He has defended clients
on charges of criminal
sexual conduct (rape cases), breaking and entering, drug related
pertaining to delivery of cocaine, marijuana, crack, and conspiracy.
Included in this is drunk driving, felony drunk driving, drunk
driving causing death or injury, Driving While License Suspended
and a variety of other misdemeanors and felonies, including domestic
embezzlement, false pretenses, retail fraud, perjury, stalking,
breaking and entering, uttering and publishing, concealed weapons,
welfare fraud, poaching, animal abuse, armed robbery, extortion,
kidnaping, and high profile cases including felony murder.
His experience also includes driver's license issues, such as restoration
of license in the Driver's License Appeal Division of the Secretary
Mr. Carey is not only a trial lawyer, but he is also involved
in the area of Real Estate. This include
the drafting of documents, such as warranty
deeds, quit claim deeds, easements, rights-of-way, leases,
to clear land titles, real estate closings, and lawsuits to
quiet title, partition of real property, slander of title and forfeiture and foreclosure
He handles cases in District, Circuit, Family
and Probate Courts throughout the State of Michigan. He
practices routinely in the following counties and their respective