Who We Are

The Gucciardo Law Firm, PLLC led by Renee K. Gucciardo, includes dedicated family law practice attorneys and support staff that are committed to reaching an amicable solution in your case.

Renée K. Gucciardo

Renée K. Gucciardo began her career by graduating from Michigan State University in 1989 and from the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law in 1992. After working with the Jackson County Prosecutor from 1991 to 1993, she then became an

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Attorney Ronald Tolbert, II

Attorney Ronald Tolbert, II comes to the Gucciardo Law Firm with a passion to help people in their most difficult moments. Having gone through a divorce himself, Ronald is dedicated to ensure that the client’s journey through the court process is as

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Legal Assistant Allison Periso

Legal Assistant Allison Periso received her Bachelor Degree from Northern Michigan University and is currently working on obtaining a Paralegal Certificate from Baker College. Allison’s background includes interning with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan in Marquette.

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Tamara Pittman

Joining the Gucciardo Law Firm in 2017, Tamara serves as a Paralegal to Renée Gucciardo and Ron Tolbert. Tamara brings a truly sincere passion for her work. Tamara obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies in 2016. While in school,

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Accounting Specialist Rose Ann Dobek

Rose Ann Dobek has been retained as the Accounting Management Specialist. Her full-service bookkeeping ability provides the complete spectrum of quality bookkeeping, offering comprehensive support to meet all the needs of The Gucciardo Law Firm.

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File Clerk Andrew Kizy

Andrew Kizy is currently enrolled at Wayne State University in Mid-town Detroit, majoring in Economics. His interest in both business and law is the reason why his goal is to pursue a career in corporate law. Having background work with

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Other Resources

Renée can also refer you to other dedicated professionals whose assistance you may need, such as counselors specializing in co-parenting issues, financial planners, real estate agents, appraisers and mortgage brokers.