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How to determine whether your child support payments are fair

June 15, 2018

With all the intricate processes and grey areas, it can be hard to be certain of anything when it comes to divorce. One of greatest areas of contention, and thus areas of confusion, is that […]

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How to contest a divorce in Michigan

June 11, 2018
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

Divorce can be hard to accept, even more so if the parting is unfriendly or confrontational. Each state differs when it comes to the ways in which you can contest a divorce petition of which […]

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What You Should Know About Division Of Debt Under A Michigan Divorce

June 8, 2018
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

Going through a divorce cannot only be emotionally harrowing, it can be confusing if your understanding is unclear on how the debts of you and your spouse are divided. Not only does the judge rule […]

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How Does Pet Custody Work In A Michigan Divorce?

June 4, 2018
Posted in: Michigan Law

When couples faced divorce in the last century, the typical points of contention included custody of children and asset allocation. While custody agreements were often complicated and debatable, dividing up property and material goods was […]

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Is annulment an option in a Michigan divorce?

June 1, 2018
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

With the diversifying of marital options comes the more prevalent reality that some couples must face legal separation, divorce, or annulment. And while separation and divorce are more cut and dry, you might be surprised […]

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5 Simple Ways to Lower the Cost of Your Divorce

May 28, 2018
Posted in: Divorce, Tips

Splitting one household into two is not only emotionally taxing; it also means splitting expenses to support two homes instead of one, and often dealing with additional costs like alimony and/or child support.  In other […]

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Gray Divorce: Who is at Risk?

May 25, 2018
Posted in: Divorce

It’s pretty rare these days to see a couple reach their golden anniversary (50 years), much less the diamond (60) or platinum (70).  With more people living longer, you might expect more of these impressive […]

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How to Cope with Conflicting Parenting Styles after Divorce

May 21, 2018
Posted in: Divorce

Even when spouses are emotionally estranged, they may try to stay together for the benefit of children and preserving the family unit.  Unfortunately, this tends to make both parents miserable, which is no good for […]

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How to Prove Income for Child or Spousal Support in Michigan

May 18, 2018
Posted in: Child Custody

One of the most difficult parts of divorce for a parent is seeing their kids go through the trauma of losing the stability of the family unit, and often, the family home.  For a parent […]

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Property Division 101 in a Michigan Divorce

May 11, 2018
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

Michigan is a no-fault divorce state, which means that divorce can be granted without prejudice.  One spouse does not have to prove that the other has done something wrong.  Even if the other spouse objects […]

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