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Resolution options for child custody agreements during the holidays

January 14, 2019
Posted in: Child Custody

The topic of child custody is rarely easy for divorced couples to navigate. With that being said, it is important for parents to try to come to an agreement without getting the courts involved and […]

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How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed how the IRS taxes alimony

January 11, 2019
Posted in: Tips

The subject of alimony can be incredibly confusing for those who have made the decision to divorce. As a court-ordered provision, alimony is a payment made by a supporting ex-spouse to his or her dependent […]

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How to keep your divorce from impacting your career

January 7, 2019
Posted in: Divorce, Tips

Divorce is not a small occurrence. It is something that creates lasting change in the lives of those affected. Aside from the obvious changes like housing, marital status, financials, and relationships with family and friends, […]

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Does family law in Michigan protect against hidden assets?

December 31, 2018
Posted in: Michigan Law

When a couple decides to divorce in Michigan, it is rarely a spur of the moment decision. Usually, the decision to divorce is made after a series of events or unresolved disagreements. Unfortunately, by this point, trust has often been broken for both parties involved. In regard to allocating and distributing assets, broken trust often leads to the concern that ...

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What Can be Included in a Prenuptial Agreement?

December 24, 2018
Posted in: Divorce

Prenuptial agreements have long been seen as a way for one spouse to protect their wealth from division of assets in the event of a divorce. However, modern couples are taking a different view of […]

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Handling Child Support in Joint Custody Situations in Michigan

December 17, 2018
Posted in: Child Custody

When parents seek divorce, it’s only natural for both parents to want to preserve their relationships with children.  Unfortunately, when a household divides, the parents will generally have to find a workable means of splitting […]

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Child Support and Imputed Income Basics in Michigan

December 10, 2018
Posted in: Child Custody

When most people decide to bring children into the world, they do so with the full intention of supporting them in every way imaginable – physically, emotionally, and financially. However, as parents divide the household […]

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How disagreements between parents sharing custody get resolved

December 3, 2018
Posted in: Child Custody

Divorce is hard on couples. When kids are in the equation, divorce is often even harder. Along with deciding on who gets what in regard to material possessions, many Michigan parents often have to decide […]

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Why Hiding Assets in Divorce is Not Worth the Risk

November 26, 2018
Posted in: Divorce

Michigan is a no-fault divorce state, which means spouses need not prove wrongdoing of some sort in order to seek legal separation. Although Michigan is not a community property state, the courts do strive to […]

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When is the Right Time to Introduce a New Partner to Your Child after Divorce?

November 19, 2018
Posted in: Tips

The nuclear family has slowly given way to blended families, in which divorced parents remarry to create a yours, mine, and ours situation. While this can yield truly positive results, there can be a naturally […]

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