Category Archive for: ‘Child Custody’
Can You Collect Past Due Child Support Once Your Child Turns 18?
Not all parents take their obligation to pay child support seriously. If your co-parent is significantly behind on their child support payments and your child is reaching the age of adulthood, you might worry about […]CONTINUE READING
Can Text Messages Be Used in Court During a Michigan Divorce?
Texting is an easy, wonderful way to communicate, but some text messages can come back to haunt their sender. If you’re going through a divorce, it’s important to understand that text messages can be used […]CONTINUE READING
Alimony vs. Property Settlement: Is There a Difference?
Navigating the legal aspects of a divorce can be both overwhelming and confusing, especially since going through a divorce is often an emotionally challenging experience. However, you have to think clearly and make financial decisions […]CONTINUE READING
A Closer Look at Reasonable Visitation and What You Should Know
Visitation, also called parenting time, is one of the most challenging areas co-parents have to navigate. It’s also a great source of frustration. The default approach to shared parenting time is called “reasonable visitation.” It […]CONTINUE READING
How Will My Spouse’s Gambling Debts Affect the Divorce?
Gambling is often a leading reason why a couple chooses to end their marriage. Even when it isn’t the driving factor of the divorce, it isn’t fair for one spouse to be stuck paying off […]CONTINUE READING
Lump-Sum Support vs. Regular Alimony Payments: Determining What’s Right for You
If you’re going through a divorce, you might have to choose between regular alimony payments or a lump-sum amount. Your choice can have a long-term impact on your finances, so it’s important to know the […]CONTINUE READING