James W. Chryssikos

James Chryssikos is an experienced divorce and family law attorney, litigator, and mediator in Troy, Michigan. His passion is helping individuals and families navigate the divorce and family court process with dignity while making informed decisions that will positively impact clients and their families for years to come.

James is rated by Martindale-Hubbell as Preeminent in the area of Family Law and, since 2018, has been selected by Super Lawyers as a top family law attorney in the State of Michigan. He holds a Certificate of Completion in the area of Family Law from the Institute of Continuing Legal Education and the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan and is also trained in Collaborative Divorce and as a domestic relations mediator. James is licensed to practice in all courts in the State of Michigan and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

He is a very active member of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan and is currently serving as Secretary for the Board of Directors of the Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan (CPIM). Other offices held include:

  • Past-Chair of the Collaborative Divorce Committee
  • Chair of the Legislative Committee of the Family Law Section
  • Former Vice-President of the Hellenic Bar Association of Michigan.

As a husband and proud father, he understands the tremendous responsibility and privilege of representing clients in divorce and family law matters. He will work to ensure you receive the highest quality representation.

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Email: jwc@chryssikoslaw.com

Tel: 248-290-0515

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