“April and her team of lawyers are excellent! They genuinely care about their clients and have a track record of success! I highly recommend them to any person going through a divorce or who need help with a family law matter.”
Michael was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin. He is passionate about working one-on-one with clients to achieve the outcomes that are right for each individual. Being a guiding hand in what is often a very difficult time/experience in a client’s life is what drives him to work hard for each person he represents.
Michael has worked in the legal field since 2015, and working as a litigation attorney since 2017. Before coming on board the Jones Law Firm, PC team, he worked at Horwitz, Horwitz and Associates in Personal Injury and Negligence cases conducting numerous depositions. He also served at The Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender in Chicago working on Child Neglect/Abuse cases involving the Department of Child and Family Services, and misdemeanor and felony allegations having performed numerous jury and bench trials.
Michael received two undergraduate degrees at the University of Wisconsin – Madison: Bachelor of Science: Biology and a Bachelor of Science: Political Science. He then ventured to the windy city of Chicago for 7 years and this is where he graduated from DePaul University College of Law (2017): Juris Doctor with a Certificate in Criminal Law. Michael relocated to the Mile High City in October of 2021.
When not serving clients in family law, you can find Michael swinging balls on the green in a great game of golf. He is also a foodie who enjoys trying new restaurants with his wife. He is also a dog lover and loves training his shiba inu, Cleo.
What you might not know: Michael is a Packers fan, and a movie buff.
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David Ari Collins
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April is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down.
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April and staff were wonderful.
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The firm is professional, positive and grounded in their approach. Everyone in the office is always willing to help and is extremely flexible, which I can say is valued by a working professional. There has always been open and prompt communication. Hannah ultimately won our case, and she did so by having strong intellect, presentation skills, and a genuine interest in the well-being of both my daughter and I. I will continue to value the relationship and expertise long after the issues are resolved.
April is well prepared and understands the law and court processes and procedures well beyond anything I have experienced, ensuring success.
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