Why is mediation usually less expensive than litigation?
When a happily-ever-after marriage doesn’t follow the script, the story often ends in divorce. To calm contentious waters, couples must consider settlement and while litigation is a common outcome, mediation is another option. This non-binding […]CONTINUE READING
How Coronavirus Could Impact Your Family Court Case in Michigan
As a Michigan resident, you are no doubt well aware of the Executive Order requiring citizens to “stay home, stay safe” until April 30th (and potentially longer, according to an announcement from Governor Gretchen Whitmer […]CONTINUE READING
Factors that a judge considers in a move-away custody case
You were in a once-happy marriage and relationship that appeared to have all the right ingredients to last a lifetime, and you built a foundation for a long and fulfilling future. But somewhere along the […]CONTINUE READING
Why do women seek divorce at a higher rate than men?
It is a generally known statistic that roughly half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce but did you know that nearly 70 percent of those are initiated by women? And college-educated women […]CONTINUE READING
How to dissolve a domestic partnership or civil union in Michigan
When you find that perfect someone you want to spend your life with, the most common avenue in legal terms is through marriage. However, alternatives in today’s progressive world include civil unions and domestic partnerships. […]CONTINUE READING
Choosing between settlement and litigation in a Michigan divorce
The long-held tradition of marriage is one of life’s biggest moments for many people, with visions of happiness, wonderful moments, a family, and memories lasting a lifetime. Unfortunately, the storybook romance doesn’t always stick to […]CONTINUE READING