Established in 1982, Keenan & Austin, P.C. is a firm of Attorneys/Lawyers located in Redford Township, Michigan; serving Wayne and Oakland counties.
Attorneys, Jan Keenan and John J. Keenan, graduated from the University of Michigan (undergrad), and the University of Detroit - Mercy School of Law. Both are dedicated members of the Redford community, serving the Township in many capacities over the years as Coaches and Sponsors of Little League and RTJAA teams, serving on the Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, Downtown Development Authority, and Parks Commission, on Citizens Input Boards, and in various leadership positions with St. Valentine Church and School.
We offer competitive fees, flexible payment arrangements and convenient appointment times.
We believe that everyone deserves quality legal representation at a fair price. That's why we have worked for 30 years to provide legal services to our community at affordable prices. We will tell you if a bankruptcy or divorce is right for you, or if there are other avenues you should pursue. We will always put what is right for you before anything else. We are people who believe in doing what is right for others; we just also happen to be lawyers.
- Business Law
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Landlord Tenant
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We offer a free initial telephone consultation, with flat fees or hourly rates, as applicable, on retained matters.
- Federal District Court - Eastern District of Michigan
- English: Spoken, Written
- University of Detroit Mercy
- J.D. | Law
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- B.A. | Economics & Psychology
- Shamrock Bar Association
- Redford Township Chamber of Commerce
- State Bar of Michigan
- Q. How can I petition for full guardianship of a minor child if the mother is agreeable to the arrangement.
- A: You need to file a Petition for Guardianship with the Probate Court. You are better off with an attorney for this as he already knows the procedures, and the forms and pleadings to file. Law, like medicine, should not be self-taught. If the mom is truly agreeable, this should be a fairly quick and inexpensive proposition. Best of luck to you. John J. Keenan This response applies to Michigan law only. This initial response to your question(s) is for general purposes, only, and is based upon the limited information you have provided. Therefore, this general answer should not be relied upon as a reason for your action or inaction. This response does not establish an attorney-client relationship; such a relationship may only be established by the signing of a written retainer agreement, and the payment of the agreed upon retainer. Please call me, or another attorney of your choice, with more details, and for an appointment to discuss same. Thank you for this opportunity to address your question(s).