Category Archive for: ‘Child Custody’
Supervised vs. Unsupervised Parenting Time: What’s the Difference?
Most parents and children have the right to spend time together. Even when your co-parent is not perfect, your child is still entitled to spend time with them. In some narrow circumstances, a judge can […]CONTINUE READING
How Soon After a Divorce in Michigan Can You Remarry?
Can you remarry immediately after a divorce? This might seem like a strange question. After all, a divorce dissolves a marriage, so you should have no restrictions on your right to remarry after the court […]CONTINUE READING
Is It Better to File Bankruptcy Before, After, or During Divorce?
There’s no such thing as a typical divorce. For any couple, divorce can be a difficult and stressful experience. However, the stakes are much higher whenever you add bankruptcy to the mix. Bankruptcies, like divorce, […]CONTINUE READING
Credit Card Debt: Who Is Responsible for Repayment After a Divorce?
Finances can become complicated whenever a couple decides to file for divorce. While the division of assets is a critical component in a divorce, splitting up marital debt is just as important. In Michigan, divorce […]CONTINUE READING
What Is a Statement of Net Worth in a Michigan Divorce?
When you file for divorce in Michigan, state law requires each spouse to provide a detailed overview of their net worth. When the courts have an in-depth understanding of you and your spouse’s financial history, […]CONTINUE READING
Can a Parent’s Physical Health Affect Child Custody Arrangements?
Child custody proceedings in Michigan can be complicated. Judges must weigh many factors before issuing a final ruling on child custody arrangements. As such, the courts can probe many aspects of your personal life. Though […]CONTINUE READING
5 Factors that Can Impact the Length of Your Divorce Process
For many Michigan couples, divorce can’t come any sooner. Unfortunately, like many legal filings, even a simple divorce takes time to finalize. Whenever you add extra complexities, such as shared assets, children, or debt, the […]CONTINUE READING