What to Do When Your Ex-Partner Won’t Pay Child Support
Ex-partners with children are often in a difficult position. While a marriage or relationship might need to end, parental duties never do. Typically, a divorce agreement will involve one spouse providing child support payments to […]CONTINUE READING
4 Things a Judge Considers for Child Custody in Michigan
When there is a question regarding the custody of a child, a judge will consider many factors before reaching a decision. There are some Michigan statutes that provide guidance on custody decisions. For instance, the […]CONTINUE READING
What Parental Rights Do Stepparents Have in Michigan?
When a person marries a child’s biological parent, they do not automatically gain parental rights. In addition to this, divorce does not terminate the rights of a child’s biological parents. If a child’s parents get […]CONTINUE READING
What Kinds of Documents Should I Prepare for a Michigan Divorce?
Going through a divorce is a complex legal process that can be very emotionally taxing. As with most legal endeavors, preparation can help make the divorce process quicker and easier. Filing for divorce requires spouses […]CONTINUE READING
How Mental Health Can Impact Your Child Custody Rights
Child custody cases are never an easy process. As parents, each party usually believes that they have the stronger case and are willing to do what is necessary to protect their child or children. But […]CONTINUE READING