Mount Pleasant Tribal Court Representation Attorneys

Representing Native Americans In Tribal Court Matters Throughout Central Michigan

At Hall & Bolles, P.C., we have significant experience working in tribal courts in the State of Michigan. We have a solid understanding of both the similarities and differences between tribal courts and state and federal courts, and how those differences affect our clients.

To speak to a Mount Pleasant tribal court representation lawyer from our firm with more than 10 years of experience, or to schedule an initial consultation, please contact us online today.

Michigan Tribal Court Representation

Attorney Becky Bolles has been representing Native American tribe members in tribal court matters since 2000. Based in Mount Pleasant, our firm is prepared to help you address the following legal matters:

  • Real estate law matters
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Probate law matters
  • Adoptions
  • Family law matters
  • Abuse and neglect matters

Not all attorneys in Michigan understand how the tribal court processes, procedures, and systems work. It is important to work with a lawyer who understands these differences and who can ensure that your individual rights and interests are being protected no matter which court has jurisdiction.

We are very knowledgeable about the procedures required by the Tribal Court of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe in Central Michigan.

Contact A Michigan Tribe Family Law Lawyer

To speak to a Central Michigan attorney about your tribal court legal matter, please contact the law firm of Hall & Bolles online or call 866-933-8987 to schedule a consultation.

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Contact Info

Hall & Bolles, P.C.
300 South University Ave.
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858

Toll Free: 866-933-8987
Phone: 989-546-4280
Fax: 989-772-1512
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Areas We Serve

Based in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, the attorneys of Hall & Bolles, P.C. counsel and represent clients throughout much of Mid-Michigan, including Isabella, Midland, Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, Mecosta, Montcalm, Osceola Counties, and communities such as Midland, Big Rapids, Alma, Ithaca, Clare, Harrison, Gladwin, Stanton, Reed City, Shepherd, Beal City, Edmore and Coleman, Michigan. The firm has handled numerous cases in the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribal Court and cases involving students at Central Michigan University.

*Some photos courtesy of Albert Kahn Associates, Inc. and Photographer Justin Maconochie