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Meet Our Contributors
Jeanne M. Hannah
Jeanne M. Hannah Law Offices
Traverse City
Practicing in the area of family law, Jeanne M. Hannah has maintained her own solo practice since 1987. Her practice is primarily concentrated in the areas of parental kidnapping (intrastate, interstate, and international), child abduction...
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