How to modify your Michigan child support payments
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 […]CONTINUE READING
Important Factors to Consider when Creating a Co-Parenting Plan
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 […]CONTINUE READING
The Basics of Michigan Divorce Appeal
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 ...CONTINUE READING
How to Develop an Effective Parenting Plan After a Michigan Divorce
In the wake of a divorce, parents have a tough road ahead, one that involves not only separating one household into two, but also setting aside any personal issues they may have with each other, […]CONTINUE READING
What’s Involved in Cohabitation Agreements in Michigan?
Prior to the baby boomer generation, it was unusual for couples to live together prior to marriage. Whether it was considered sinful, improper, or merely unwise, it was the societal norm for marriage to predate […]CONTINUE READING
Termination of parental rights in Michigan: What you should know
Divorce is one of the most difficult challenges a family can endure. It carries with it a host of trying emotional, physical, and financial burdens and often causes irreparable rifts in families that can last […]CONTINUE READING
What happens if your ex doesn’t follow the divorce decree?
Throughout the process of divorce proceedings, a number of issues are addressed and judgments made as to their status and enforcement going forward. If your ex-spouse doesn’t follow the terms of these judgments, you can […]CONTINUE READING