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Category Archive for: ‘Child Custody’

What Happens to Foster Children When Caretakers Separate?

March 5, 2024
Posted in: Adoption, Child Adoption

Families may find that fostering children is a rich and rewarding experience. Those families that foster children must pass rigorous background checks and screenings prior to having a child placed with them. These are to […]

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The Link Between Empty Nest Syndrome and Gray Divorce

March 1, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

Divorce among older Americans, known as “gray divorce,” is increasingly likely, according to The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). There may be several reasons why an older couple chooses to divorce. However, a second […]

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Tips for Positive Parenting Through Divorce

February 28, 2024
Posted in: Child Support

Divorce can be a crushing experience, even for couples who remain relatively amicable. No matter how hard it is to lose someone you love and the life you envisioned together, the process gets even harder […]

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What Is Arbitration in a Michigan Divorce?

February 21, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

Divorces are often fraught with disagreement, but that’s only natural: Each party has ideas about certain aspects of their separation, such as how joint property should be divided and how time with children should be […]

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Michigan Gray Divorce: Important Financial Considerations

February 14, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

Divorce isn’t just for the young; a rising number of older couples nearing or at the age of retirement are choosing to call it quits in a trend known as “gray divorce.” What’s driving this […]

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Medical Record Access in Divorce: What You Can Expect

February 9, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

In any divorce, both spouses will be asked to provide a range of documents; generally, these are related to finances and property, and they are used to determine a fair and equitable division of assets. […]

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How Are Expert Witnesses Used in a Divorce?

February 7, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

Many divorce cases never make it to a court trial. Whether spouses come up with a mutually acceptable agreement for the division of their assets, spousal support, and child custody, or if they work through […]

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4 Mistakes to Avoid While Negotiating a Divorce Settlement

February 2, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

There’s no shortage of worries to deal with when you are involved in a divorce: You need to determine where you’ll live, whether you can survive on one income instead of two, how often you […]

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5 Common Obstacles of Late-Life Divorce

January 31, 2024
Posted in: Divorce

When couples get married, divorce is usually the last thing on their minds. But life happens, and divorce is sometimes inevitable for many couples. When people think of divorce, they tend to think of younger […]

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How Can Psych Evaluations Impact Child Custody Cases?

January 24, 2024
Posted in: Child Custody

Child custody cases can be challenging to navigate. Many factors can impact custody and the outcome of your case, including psychological factors. Psychological evaluations are often necessary to determine the ideal custody situation for a […]

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