Criminal, Real Estate, Business, & Family Law Attorneys in Farmington Hills, Michigan



When Shawn set off for Central Michigan University, he fully intended to become a teacher. Instead, he discovered a knack for leadership and the law.

Today, Shawn’s aptitude for guiding others brings incredible relief to his clients. Not only does he help them resolve their disputes, but he also empowers them with knowledge of their rights and options.



While in college, Marco learned firsthand that a lawyer can have a profound positive impact on a client's life.  Since then, Marco has committed himself to gaining the experience and skills necessary to help his clients through a variety of difficult situations.  

As a former Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor, medical malpractice attorney, and insurance defense attorney, Marco has significant experience on both sides of the courtroom.  This allows him to provide his clients with honest and straightforward advice on how to achieve their goals.


Associate Attorney

Nathan graduated Cum Laude from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in May of 2020. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Social Relations and Policy from Michigan State University’s James Madison College in May of 2017.

While in school and working as a law clerk, Nathan was exposed to different practice areas of law, and gained valuable experience in legal research and writing.

While in law school, Nathan founded and was President of the Environmental Law Society at Detroit Mercy Law. The organization focused on environmental stewardship and regularly cleaned local parks in Detroit. Nathan was also awarded a scholarship from the West Michigan Air and Waste Management Association for his work and dedication to Environmental Law.


Litigation Paralegal

Sandra Madison has worked as a litigation paralegal for 20 years, and brings a wide range of experience from several areas of practice. As a paralegal with a well-known plaintiff's firm, Sandra gained an extensive amount of experience working on high-profile personal injury cases.

She later began working for a large insurance defense law firm, which helped to round out her litigation experience. She is driven by helping clients to achieve the best possible results.

Helping Professionals Overcome Criminal Charges

Criminal charges can send anyone's life into a spiral, but if you are a professional in the field of medicine, law, finance, or real estate, you may pay an even steeper price than just fines and time in jail. Charges like a DUI, theft crime, drug possession, assault, or sexual misconduct could lead to you losing your professional license and, as a result, your career.

At Head Law Firm, we firmly believe that one mistake, false allegation, or misunderstanding should not put someone's entire life in jeopardy. We work closely with our clients so that we can personally fight to get such charges or convictions reduced, dismissed, or expunged whenever possible. In many cases, our help allows our clients to:

  • Keep their professional licenses
  • Keep their jobs
  • Keep their driving privileges
  • Live wherever they would like
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Recover from a conviction with expungement & driver’s license restoration

Being convicted of a crime can change a lot, but it doesn’t necessarily seal your fate. In many cases, you may be able to expunge your record and/or restore your driver’s license with the help of an experienced legal team. By doing so, you could be saving yourself from a lot of future stress, as potential employers, landlords, lenders, and other important decision-makers will not see that arrest on your record. To learn whether you are eligible for expungement and/or license restoration in Michigan, we encourage you to give us a call.

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Areas of Practice

Past Successes

Escaping an Unfair Real Estate Deal

This client was planning to buy a house and put down a large deposit on it. After realizing the seller was not forthcoming and the deal was not what he wanted, he asked for our help to terminate the agreement.

We got the client out of the deal and got his down payment back.

Two Felony Drug Charges Dismissed

Our client had two felony drug charges from ten years ago, had skipped bond, and just never took care of them. After getting involved, we quickly discovered that the State did not have the evidence to proceed to trial and win.

After getting involved, we ultimately convinced the State to dismiss the charges. That saved our client approximately $30,000 – in addition to having his felony charges dismissed.

Family Home Saved from Foreclosure

A prominent local attorney faced foreclosure and the loss of her family’s house due to complicated legal and financing circumstances. 

We dug deeper into the transactions and found major flaws in the financier’s record keeping and legal arguments. After filing counter-arguments and several months of litigation, we renegotiated a favorable resolution and saved our client’s home!

Defending Frivolous Litigation - Case Dismissed

Unfortunately, sometimes people file frivolous lawsuits. Recently, our client, a doctor, was sued by her ex-husband’s new wife. It was clear from the start that the lawsuit was filed to harass our client.

We filed procedural motions challenging the complaint and were able to convince the Plaintiff and her attorneys to agree to dismiss the lawsuit.

Working to better your life as a whole

Choosing your attorney is a big decision whether you’re looking for general advice or you're involved in a serious legal bind. No matter the nature of your case, you deserve a team who understands how important your situation is to you and who is willing to go the extra mile to help you reach your goals.

For you, maybe those goals involve improving or protecting your business. Maybe they have to do with getting through the probate process as quickly and painlessly as possible. Or maybe they revolve around recovering from a criminal charge. Whatever the circumstances, trust that our priority is helping you past any hurdles that stand in your way while coming out better for the experience.

Allow us to give you an example. We once had a client who made the same mistake that so many others have made — she got behind the wheel after having a few drinks too many.

As much as we do not condone drunk driving, we also believe that in this case, the punishment did not fit the crime. Our client was looking at hefty fines and possible jail time for a brief, regrettable lapse in judgment. After reviewing the evidence, we discovered that her arresting officers had skipped a crucial step in the arrest process, which gave us an opportunity to fight for a second chance on her behalf. When it was all said and done, our client’s sentence consisted of paying fines and costs and the case was closed. No jail and no probation. We helped her get counseling and she learned an important lesson without sacrificing a bright future.


In Michigan, a criminal conviction can be removed from one’s criminal record through the expungement process. When a criminal conviction is expunged, a person can honestly represent to employers and others that they have not been convicted of the expunged crime. Importantly, the expungement process is a privilege, not a right, and certain requirements must be met before a criminal ...

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Technically, no. An attorney cannot represent both spouses in a divorce. However, as a cost saving measure when couples agree on property distribution and custody issues, it is possible to have only one attorney involved. That attorney would only represent one party while the other party remains unrepresented. That attorney would file the divorce action and prepare a Consent Judgment ...

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