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All I Want For Christmas is… a PPO?!

Winter in Oakland County seems to be a season when things are easily broken – including a family’s peace, trust in one another, and expectations about the holidays. Despite what Hollywood tells us, the holiday season isn’t necessarily a time of good cheer for everyone. In fact, for some of us Oakland County families, Christmas […]

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It’s Traumatic to Separate Children From Their Parents! (Pt 1)

Children suffer a wide range of trauma symptoms when they are forcibly separated from their parents. Parents love their children, and children love and need their parents. Tearing kids away from their parent, guardian or full-time caregiver is emotionally devastating for everyone involved. But up until recently, it wasn’t widely realized exactly what the long-term […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

  Happy Thanksgiving from The Kronzek Firm! We hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful day this Thanksgiving! As a firm we are very grateful for our clients and community. Please remember that statistics show that domestic violence encounters increase during the holidays. Be aware of your, and your loved ones, safety this […]

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Happy Holidays from The Kronzek Firm!

  Whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or some other holiday you’re celebrating – whatever you’re happy or merry about, we’re happy and merry with you! Remember, if you or a loved one need help over the holidays, we’re here, 24/7, ready and available to assist you whenever you need it. Wishing you happy holidays, and a […]

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Divorce in Oakland County: Your Exit Strategy

Many romantically inclined individuals spend hours fantasizing about their future weddings, (often long before they’ve found the person they hope to share it all with.) They dream up the perfect wedding gown, the beautiful flowers, the magical honeymoon getaway. It’s not called ‘the Pinterest generation for nothing, after all! However, very few of them also […]

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