People sometimes wonder what attorneys do.
My answer is that attorneys help people solve problems.
When people come to me, it’s usually because they are facing a situation and they aren’t sure how to deal with it.
I look at the situation and figure out what they can do.
I usually help them decide what to do. And then do it.
In short, I help solve the problem.
Exactly what that means depends on the situation.
Helping someone with too much debt is different than helping someone whose parent just passed away.
Those situations are different from helping someone who wants to get a divorce.
Sometimes I help by preparing documents in my office.
Other times it means starting or getting involved in a lawsuit. It could mean taking a case to trial. It could mean taking a case to the Court of Appeals. Once in a great while it means taking a case to the Supreme Court.
Many times good results are obtained with persistence and knowing what you’re doing. The combination of knowing the law and being able to ride out the ups and downs of a case can go a long way towards helping people with their legal problems. That's what I do.
Livingston County * Washtenaw County
Oakland County * Genesee County
Ingham County * Shiawassee County
Brighton, Michigan, attorney John Ceci represents clients throughout southeast Michigan, Livingston County and surrounding areas, including Ann Arbor, Canton, Westland, Livonia, Dearborn, Detroit, Farmington Hills, Southfield, Pontiac, Clinton, Warren, Sterling Heights, Flint, Lansing, South Lyon, Milford and Whitmore Lake.
* Brighton High School (Brighton, MI)
* Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, MI)
* Thomas M. Cooley Law School (Lansing, MI)
* US Army veteran
1987 to 1991
* Admitted to:
State Bar of Michigan (November 2002)
Eastern District of Michigan (federal court)
Attorney John Ceci