Diane Margosian Paulsen of Paulsen Law Office PLLC is committed to providing you with cost effective legal services. 

           Diane Margosian Paulsen has been a licensed attorney for more than 30 years having earned her J.D. Degree from Michigan State University -  formerly known as Detroit College of Law in 1984 and her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Lawrence Technological University in 1980.   Ms. Paulsen began her legal career as Attorney and Escrow Officer with First American Title Insurance Company handling all aspects of both commercial and residential real estate transactions.

           Through the years Ms. Paulsen has also taught Wills, Trusts, Estate and Probate courses, Real Estate courses, and Business Law courses, has been in private practice, as well  as sat on a planning commission board and a zoning board of appeals.   Ms. Paulsen is has also been a licensed real estate broker for more than 20 years.

                 In 2008, Ms. Paulsen founded Paulsen Law Office PLLC with the premise that each client be treated with respect and dignity.  Ms. Paulsen believes that her practice methods are more cost effective in helping people deal with a variety of legal issues on a timely basis.

                 Ms. Paulsen formally served as President of the Armenian-American Bar Association of Michigan, an affinity bar of the State Bar of Michigan, from 2011 to 2013.  Ms. Paulsen is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Probate Section, the Elder Law Section, and the Real Property Section of the State Bar of Michigan, the Armenian-American Bar Association and is a VA Certified Attorney.


              PAULSEN LAW OFFICE PLLC       

         Diane Margosian Paulsen
          31350 Telegraph Road, Suite 201
           Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025
        Phone: (248) 452-5648
         Fax: (248) 639-7651



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