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The Basics of Standards of Proof in Family Law Cases

February 5, 2020
Posted in: Michigan Law

Family law covers a variety of legal concerns, but is best known for covering issues like divorce, child custody, and so on.  In these cases, there may be a need to present evidence, and the […]

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Are There Any Requirements that Need to be Met Before Filing for Divorce in Michigan?

January 17, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

As you may or may not know, Michigan is a no-fault divorce state.  This means you don’t necessarily have to cite a reason for seeking divorce.  You don’t have to prove infidelity, abuse, or other […]

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Should You Keep, Sell, or Surrender Your Home in a Michigan Divorce?

January 14, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

Once you get married, anything you and your spouse purchase together becomes shared marital property, including real estate.  In some cases, things you brought into the marriage may also become marital property, depending on how […]

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Should You Stay in Touch with Your In-Laws After a Divorce?

January 10, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

Some couples divorce amicably, while others suffer bitter contention.  Either way, you may find it hard to lose not only your spouse, but also your in-laws, if you became close with your spouse’s family during […]

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The Impact of Job Loss on Spousal Support in Michigan

January 8, 2020
Posted in: Michigan Law

The divorce process in Michigan is designed not only to legalize the dissolution of marriage, but to fully separate two lives, including dividing assets, deciding child custody, if applicable, and determining whether or not alimony […]

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The Keys to Co-Parenting Success after a Michigan Divorce

January 3, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

It is often said that kids don’t come with an instruction manual.  As a parent, you simply do your best to learn from mistakes and raise your children to be responsible, capable, caring, and understanding […]

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Why It’s Important to Set Boundaries During Your Michigan Divorce

January 1, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

While it’s important to set boundaries in any relationship, be it with family, friends, or co-workers, a marriage is a uniquely intimate relationship in which many physical, social, and emotional boundaries are removed.  When a […]

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How to modify your Michigan child support payments

December 20, 2019
Posted in: Tips

At its very best, divorce is an agreeable split between a couple who go on to start new chapters in their lives. Unfortunately, it is rarely this easy or straightforward, and in fact an unraveling […]

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Important Factors to Consider when Creating a Co-Parenting Plan

December 18, 2019
Posted in: Tips

Divorce is a complicated and sometimes messy process, but it becomes even more taxing when children are involved.  Not only do parents have to figure out how to split time with children between two households […]

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The Basics of Michigan Divorce Appeal

December 13, 2019
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

When it comes to Michigan divorce, the process can become contentious.  With emotions running high, parties may have difficulty coming to an agreement that both can live with.  While Michigan is a no-fault divorce state, meaning that the division of assets must be “fair and equitable”, the court has the ultimate say, and this may not sit well with one ...

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