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Will My Child Be Called to Testify at My Divorce Trial?

August 14, 2019
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

A divorce can be an emotional and stressful ordeal. Spouses might disagree on matters of property division, child custody, and visitation rights. In all of the chaos, it can be forgotten that the divorcing parties are […]

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How to handle false allegations in child custody and divorce cases

August 7, 2019
Posted in: Child Custody, Divorce, Tips

For a number of different reasons, child custody or divorce cases may devolve to one or the other spouse making false allegations. It is not uncommon in court to hear accusations ranging from domestic issues […]

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The biggest financial mistakes to avoid when filing for a divorce

July 24, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

You enjoyed many happy and memorable years with your spouse and piled up a truckload of memories, as well as a nice collection of debts and assets. Unfortunately the forever and ever part of the […]

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What you should know about high asset divorces in Michigan

July 17, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

Aside from the often-overwhelming emotional duress that goes along with divorce, dividing assets can be an equally unpleasant chore. If a couple has a high level of assets, it throws another level of complexity into […]

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How long is the divorce waiting period in Michigan?

July 10, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

A marriage between a couple is a sacred thing, something to be cherished, and if all goes well, it will bring a lifetime of happiness. Unfortunately, things don’t always go well and couples end up […]

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Michigan Divorce Law Regarding Pets Might Surprise and Baffle

June 21, 2019
Posted in: Michigan Law

It’s no secret that divorce settlements can be complex, contentious, and drawn out.  Consideration of finances, property, and children understandably takes center stage.  As a result, pets often are a forgotten element in the process, lovable as […]

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What is postsecondary child support and how is it determined?

June 17, 2019
Posted in: Child Custody

Perhaps you and your spouse were high school sweethearts, looking at each other with hearts in your eyes. Maybe you met at a party or the produce aisle or even a blind date. Regardless, you […]

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Listing assets and debts for your divorce

June 14, 2019
Posted in: Divorce

You and your spouse have been together a long time, shared countless life moments, and amassed a substantial collection of stuff. Some of it is crammed into closets or stored in the basement or parked […]

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Terminating your parental rights: what does it mean?

June 7, 2019
Posted in: Child Custody

Being a parent is one of the most fulfilling, challenging, frustrating, and humbling elements in a person’s life. In a very short period of time you are given the responsibility and opportunity to teach and […]

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What happens if you lie under oath in a Michigan divorce trial?

June 3, 2019
Posted in: Michigan Law

Even the most callous of persons will agree that there is nothing uplifting about divorce. Ending any kind of significant relationship is complicated, sad, confusing, and often incredibly emotional. Going through this with a marriage […]

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