Category Archive for: ‘Child Custody’
Mediation vs. Litigation in Michigan Divorces: What’s the Difference?
Given the chance to choose the easy way or the hard way, most would pick the first option. When it comes to a Michigan divorce, though, there may be no easy way to resolve the […]CONTINUE READING
How Long Should You Expect to Pay Alimony in Michigan?
You may not like the prospect of paying child support following your divorce. However, most Michigan parents accept that they must financially support their children until they become adults. What is more contentious is alimony, […]CONTINUE READING
3 Benefits of Working with a Parenting Coordinator
The court may have entered visitation orders in your Michigan child custody or divorce case, but this does not mean they automatically come to pass. To be effective co-parents, both parties must comply with the […]CONTINUE READING
What Is a Non-Disclosure Agreement and Should Your Divorce Include One?
Most divorce proceedings in Michigan require spouses to publicly exchange information regarding assets and other financial details. Courts use this financial information to make rulings on property division, child support agreements, and spousal support. When […]CONTINUE READING
Stepparent Adoption in Michigan: The Pros and Cons
Stepparent adoption in Michigan is a legal process that grants you parental rights to the biological child of your spouse. This process can be helpful when the child’s biological parents no longer share custody or […]CONTINUE READING
Never Legally Married? Your Next Steps During a Separation
Not every couple in a committed relationship decides to get married. Some couples across Michigan may live together for years without obtaining a marriage license. While this relationship is typical, it can make matters complicated […]CONTINUE READING
How to Decide Where to Enroll Your Child in School Post-Divorce
When your divorce involves child custody provisions, deciding what school your child will attend can often become a contentious issue. You may face legal obstacles should you decide to change your child’s school. If you […]CONTINUE READING