42500 Hayes Road, Suite 100
Clinton Township, MI 48038
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Annmarie Thursam (Urbani)

Biography

Annmarie is experienced in dealing with all family law and related matters, including divorce, domicile, contested custody, parenting time, child support and spousal support issues.

She earned her Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School in 2015. Prior to that, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies of Social Sciences in Health Studies from Michigan State University in 2011.

Annmarie has been professionally involved with the American Bar Association, Women Lawyers Association of Michigan, Italian American Bar Association, Macomb County Family Law Committee, Young Lawyers American Bar Association and Delta Theta Phi Fraternity.

When not spending time with her family, Annmarie is caring for her two dogs and volunteering at local animal adoptions and shelters. She is also an avid horseback rider, having competed in National A Circuit Hunter Jumper Horse shows for several years. Additionally, she enjoys giving back to her local community by teaching catechism to elementary students.

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