Category Archive for: ‘Child Custody’
Can You Kick Your Spouse out of the House During a Divorce?
In many divorce cases across Michigan, spouses may continue to live together while the legal process is pending. Any divorce can be a long and stressful process and may have many moving parts depending on […]CONTINUE READING
Can Michigan Child Custody Agreements Be Modified?
After a judge enters their final order on child custody matters, circumstances may change for one or both parents. Fortunately, modifications for custody arrangements are possible when necessary. If you’re seeking to modify your child […]CONTINUE READING
Separate Maintenance vs. Divorce: The Pros and Cons of Each
When seeking an end to your marriage, divorce is not the only option. There are alternatives to divorce, including separate maintenance. It can be challenging to determine which option is best for you, as they […]CONTINUE READING
Domestic Violence and Divorce: How Spousal Abuse Can Affect a Separation
Divorce can be very difficult, especially for those facing domestic violence. Abuse can add a layer of complication to divorce cases, as it can affect divorce proceedings and outcomes. The Gucciardo Law Firm, PLLC, is […]CONTINUE READING
The Final Step: Everything You Should Know About Divorce Decrees
Those who are going through the ordeal of obtaining a divorce know firsthand just how slow, protracted, and painful the process can be. In the midst of mediation and meetings with lawyers, it can sometimes […]CONTINUE READING
Summer Vacation Planning Tips for Divorced Parents
The warm weather and school-free days make summers unforgettable for kids. Morning bike rides, afternoon popsicles, and the occasional beach vacation are ideal ways to spend the sunny days. However, as you grow up and […]CONTINUE READING
Is a Military Pension Considered Marital Property?
Going through a divorce is always complicated. Navigating those fraught waters can not only test your financial and emotional limits but also make you feel lost and overwhelmed in the face of complex legal concerns. […]CONTINUE READING