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Understanding Parent Alienation and Divorce

March 11, 2019
Posted in: Child Custody

In an ideal situation, parents work together to raise their children in a loving and supportive household so that they can lead healthy and happy lives and reach their full potential.  Unfortunately, this isn’t always […]

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The Most Common Issues with the Marital Home in Michigan Divorces

March 8, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

In Michigan, the legal stance on division of assets during a divorce is “fair and equitable”, which generally comes out to roughly equal for both parties.  Unfortunately, you can’t exactly split your home down the […]

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Is Your Michigan Divorce Too Complicated for Mediation?

March 4, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

Divorce has the capacity to be extremely contentious.  Even if no one person is at fault for the irreconcilable differences that lead to divorce, the act of separating two lives – splitting one household into […]

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Important Issues to Consider when Divorcing Over 50

March 1, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

Incredibly, divorce rates in America seem to be on the decline over the last several years, after many years of increasing.  Unfortunately, this does not seem to be the case for couples over the age […]

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What are the Consequences of Hiding Assets in a Michigan Divorce?

February 15, 2019
Posted in: Michigan Law

Falling in love can make us do crazy things and act in ways we never thought we would.  How else can you explain couples that get married midair after leaping from an airplane?  We’ve all […]

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Property Division in a Michigan Divorce

February 13, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

During the course of a marriage, it’s natural to accumulate both assets and debts.  You and your spouse may buy property, comingle income, and purchase all manner of valuable assets (automobiles, art, jewelry, and more).  […]

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Is Your Spouse Lying about Income in Your Michigan Divorce?

February 11, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

In marriage, it’s not uncommon for spouses to keep separate assets and accounts.  While some partners are extremely transparent and share all of their financial information, there are also plenty of marriages in which one […]

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Common Myths Regarding Friend of the Court

February 8, 2019
Posted in: Michigan Law

In Michigan, the Friend of the Court, or FOC, is a professional whose main job is to assist the court with making determinations regarding child custody, parenting time, child support payments, and so on, as […]

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How therapy can help when you and your spouse are going through a divorce

February 4, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

Divorce is challenging. Even the most amicable of divorces is met with emotional challenges. Learning how to cope with the financial changes, physical changes, and familial changes that accompany divorce is difficult for many individuals […]

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5 things you can’t include in a prenup

February 1, 2019
Posted in: Tips

When a couple decides to marry, one of the things that is typically discussed is whether debts and assets will be combined. For those who are entering their second marriage, have children from a previous […]

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