David W. Potts
High-Asset Divorce Attorney David W. Potts has the requisite experience and ability to overcome the inherent challenges faced by individuals with significant assets in family-law matters. From business owners, CEOs, CFOs, doctors, lawyers, athletes and other professionals, David W. Potts has the experience in both negotiation and litigation necessary to handle the most complex divorce cases. In law school — where he began honing his trial skills — he received the Arthur L. Robbins award for trial advocacy. These skills are mandatory for a family-law attorney involved with complex divorce cases among individuals with meaningful assets. These difficult cases can and do proceed to trial before a judge. He has served as vice president and general counsel for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League where he learned to fashion creative and strategic approaches to the practice of law. Namely, the ability to ameliorate legal disputes concerning significant financial assets from the point of view of a business executive and general counsel, offering solutions that other attorneys may not think about. In addition, he was involved in the negotiations with the Pontiac Stadium Authority on issues ranging from leases, interpreting agreements, and construction of the new Detroit Lions’ facilities. He is a member of the Oakland County Bar Association and served as vice chairperson, the In-House Counsel Committee, and was past-chair of the Public Relations Committee. He attended Hillsdale College, Eastern Michigan University and obtained his law degree from Wayne State University Law School. David is a Master of the Oakland County Bar Association’s Inn of Court, which further emphasizes his commitment to trial advocacy and the skill and determination needed to prepare a case to go to trial if necessary to secure the best outcome possible. David Potts is tireless in his dedication to the community where he resides and conducts business. Contact Attorney David W. Potts today.