I’m attorney Bo Schimers. I specialized in Plymouth Criminal Defense, driver’s license restoration, divorce, and personal injury. I have settled cases across southeast Michigan. I know the courts, judges, and attorneys you may face during your case proceedings. I provide you with over two decades of experience and expertise. Read more about my experience with Plymouth criminal and civil cases below.
Michigan has no-fault divorce. You don’t need a reason such as abandonment, etc. to get a divorce or have a need for a divorce lawyer. You know when it’s over. Is it? If the answer is yes – call Bo! If the answer is maybe – please consider marriage counseling. Truly, the “grass is not greener on the other side.” Fortunately, I have reasonable rates and I accept credit cards!
In a short-term marriage you generally walk out with what you walked in with and half the appreciation of all marital assets.
In a long-term marriage you generally split everything – including equity in the house, pensions, 401(k)s and debts. Is there a large difference between you and your spouse’s income? If so, the Judge will probably award payment of some COBRA health benefits (worth up to +$18,000) and alimony! Maybe even the attorney fees.
With that kind of money at stake it would be foolish to hire the cheapest attorney that you can find, or worse – use a divorce kit! “Penny wise – Pound foolish” still applies!
There is such a great variation in what is possible – it is extremely important that you call and get an individualized answer to your situation. I have seen a million different solutions. It is likely that I have seen yours.
In most cases, I can keep you out of prison. I will minimize the consequences on your life. With over 25 years as a Plymouth criminal defense attorney, I have the knowledge, experience and networked connections to help provide you with the best outcome possible.
Call today for your free phone consultation, (734) 282-0200. Some of the personal injury claims that I have settled for my clients include:
Of course, I give you the Schimers guarantee where I never charge an attorney fee unless we win! Remember insurance companies make money by not paying claims. Call me for all the details.
If you have had a few drinking and driving convictions, you are generally eligible to request a hearing at the Secretary of State [DAAD] once a year – after either a one year or 5 year wait. You must submit a recent substance abuse evaluation and 4-5 letters of sobriety to request this hearing.
Appeals of a DAAD order denying a restricted license can be appealed to Circuit Court.
Whatever your case requires in terms of driver’s license restoration, I am recognized as the leading legal counsel in the state of Michigan in matters which pertain to a Driver’s License Restoration.
I can petition Circuit Court for a restricted license for Driving While License Suspended [DWLS] prior to 1999; Drinking & Driving prior to 1992; any 1st Implied Consent [Refusal to Blow]; too many points and a few other license suspensions. However, a suspension for unpaid tickets cannot be appealed.
Call Bo today to discuss your driver’s license restoration case!
Plymouth Criminal Defense
Most district court matters such as Driving While License Suspended [DWLS]; Spousal Abuse; Drunk Driving; Retail Fraud, etc. start as low as $600.00 down.
Probation violation hearings start at $700. A Motion for Reconsideration of Sentence starts at $1,200.00.
Plymouth Driver’s License Restoration
I will schedule and completely prepare you for the DAAD hearing for a flat fee of $1,600.00. I accept VISA/Mastercard.
Plymouth Appeal of a DAAD
Act Fast! $800.00 starts you on your way. ($1,600 with 1/2 down + $150 court filing fee).