What if One Spouse Empties a Bank Account Before a Divorce?
Property division is one of the most important stages of the divorce process. The goal is to divide the assets equitably between the two spouses, which may not always work out to a 50-50 split. […]CONTINUE READING
Is It Too Late to Get a Prenuptial Agreement After Marriage?
Prenuptial agreements can be a wise choice for individuals about to tie the knot. When properly crafted, a court will follow the terms of the prenuptial agreement if the couple divorces. Prenuptial agreements can be […]CONTINUE READING
Child Custody and Visitation Terminology: Common Phrases You Should Know
If you have never been involved in a court case before, a child custody case can be like trying to learn a new language. There is a unique vocabulary that is used during these hearings, […]CONTINUE READING
4 Helpful Tips for Communicating with In-Laws During and After a Separation
A separation with your partner is sure to strain the relationship with your in-laws, whether the relationship was great or not pre-separation. While you may not consider the loss of your relationship with your in-laws […]CONTINUE READING
What Happens if One Spouse Refuses to Sell the Home During a Divorce?
When you and your partner divorce in Michigan, the court divides your marital assets fairly and equitably. However, this does not mean that you or your partner will approve of the way the court divides […]CONTINUE READING
3 Advantages of Alternative Dispute Resolution for Michigan Divorces
Not all divorces devolve into a war. Sometimes, you and your spouse can find common ground. And the more quickly you resolve your case, the sooner you can move on with your lives. One way […]CONTINUE READING
4 Tips for Protecting Your Retirement Pension in a Divorce
You worked hard to earn your retirement pension. When you divorce, a court could divide your pension with your spouse as a marital asset. But you may have options for protecting your retirement pension. These […]CONTINUE READING