Category Archive for: ‘Child Custody’
3 Tips for Reviewing Your Estate Plan After Divorce
The divorce process can be long and grueling, leaving many who emerge on the other side with little desire to engage in further legal matters. However, the finalization of a divorce doesn’t mean the matter […]CONTINUE READING
What Happens If My Spouse Passes Away During Our Divorce?
It’s not a pleasant situation to be in, but unfortunately, it does happen. If your spouse passes away while you’re in the middle of a divorce, you may wonder what will happen and whether you […]CONTINUE READING
Rekindled Flame: What You Should Know About Remarrying Your Ex-Spouse
Is it possible to get divorced and remarry the same person in the future? Yes, you can get divorced and later remarry your ex. In fact, it’s even more common than you might think. In […]CONTINUE READING
Do I Have to Pay Child Support If I Have Joint Custody?
If you’re going through a custody case with your ex-partner, you may be considering joint custody. Depending on your custody arrangement and the incomes of you and your partner, you may be required to pay […]CONTINUE READING
Divorce Hearing vs. Divorce Trial: What’s the Difference?
The terms “divorce hearing” and “divorce trial” might sound interchangeable, but there are differences between the two. When a divorce is uncontested, both parties agree on splitting up their marital property and handling custody of […]CONTINUE READING
What Is a Motion for Contempt, and How Do You File One?
In Michigan divorce proceedings, a judge will issue a court order concerning child custody and child support or spousal support arrangements. When one party disregards the court order and doesn’t comply with the judge’s instructions, […]CONTINUE READING