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Category Archive for: ‘Divorce’

Does my spouse have an advantage as a veteran of a previous divorce?

December 18, 2020
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

Getting divorced in the state of Michigan requires that spouses reach a final resolution in regard to how marital property, custody, and support of children conceived and born during the marriage, spousal support, and other […]

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Important considerations when contemplating a stepparent adoption in Michigan

December 15, 2020
Posted in: Adoption

Many stepparents play an active role in helping their spouse raise his or her children. You may even consider them to be “your” kids even though you are not biologically related. At some point, the […]

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Are there additional complications of spousal-support in same-sex divorces?

December 11, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

In a historic move, the United States Supreme Court ruled in June 2015 that same-sex couples in all states have the legal right to marry. The decision also dictates that all states are required to […]

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What rights does a non-biological parent have in a Michigan child custody dispute?

December 8, 2020
Posted in: Child Custody

Understanding the Paternity Act Under a 1956 Michigan law titled the Paternity Act, if a child was conceived or born at any point during the marriage, a man will still have all of the rights […]

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Red vs Blue: How Political Differences May be Increasing Divorce Rates

December 4, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

The pandemic has been hard on everyone, especially couples and families who now find themselves forced into close proximity thanks to remote work and learning. However, 2020 has also bombarded many Americans with another major […]

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How old does a child need to be in order to have a “voice” during divorce proceedings in Michigan?

December 1, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

Divorce is hard to do—and even harder with children involved. Custody arrangements can get notoriously contentious, so a judge will step in when couples cannot agree on a plan. But what about your child’s preference? […]

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Is It Possible to Get Divorced in Michigan Before All of The Details Are Finalized?

September 18, 2020
Posted in: Divorce, Michigan Law

When your marriage is ending and both parties have agreed to pursue divorce, the details that have to be considered seem endless, and the divorce process can seem like it takes forever. Is there a […]

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Six Big Celebrity Divorces During the Pandemic

September 15, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

It’s fair to say the last 7 months have been hard on everyone. But for many people whose marriages were on the brink before the pandemic, COVID-19 was the breaking point for their marriages. And […]

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How To Find Hidden Assets During Your Michigan Divorce

September 11, 2020
Posted in: Divorce

The list of things to consider when you’re in the beginning stages of divorce can seem overwhelming, especially when determining asset value and division. But what if your soon-to-be ex-spouse is hiding assets? How do […]

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How Sole and Joint Custody Arrangements Differ in Michigan

September 8, 2020
Posted in: Child Custody

For families, one of the biggest areas of concern during a divorce is the child custody arrangement. Where will they live? How will the time be split up? Will a parent receive sole custody, or […]

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