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Category Archive for: ‘Divorce’

What Is the Best Time of Year to File for Divorce in Michigan?

May 2, 2023
Posted in: Divorce

In most areas of life, timing is everything — it even matters when you file for divorce. The process for obtaining a divorce in Michigan is the same whether you file in January, December, or […]


4 Co-Parenting Tips for Birthdays and Milestones After a Separation

April 28, 2023
Posted in: Child Support

A separation or divorce does not stop your child from growing and experiencing milestones. But separation or divorce can complicate your ability to be there for your child on these big occasions. However, by communicating […]


Everything You Need to Know About Third-Party Custody in Michigan

April 25, 2023
Posted in: Child Custody

Custody is a critical matter, as it can greatly affect a child and their future. In Michigan, third parties are allowed to get custody if a minor’s biological parents cannot properly care for their child. […]


How Prenuptial Agreements Affect Asset Division in a Divorce

April 21, 2023

Prenuptial agreements are created before a couple marries, but these contracts can have a significant effect on your future if you and your spouse divorce. Among the many terms within a prenup, you’ll find details […]


How to Overcome 5 Common Obstacles of Divorce

April 18, 2023
Posted in: Divorce

Divorce is quite common in the U.S., but that does not make it any easier for those who go through it. In fact, divorce, although necessary for many, is one of the most difficult processes […]


How to Prepare for the Adoption Process as a Step-Parent in Michigan

April 14, 2023
Posted in: Adoption

Adopting your step-child can be a momentous occasion for you, the child, and your family overall. Besides the legal benefits your step-child will obtain through the process, adoption represents you accepting them into your life […]


When Should You Seek a Second Opinion for Your Divorce Case?

April 7, 2023
Posted in: Divorce

You might have heard of patients who get second opinions when their doctor or surgeon recommends a particular course of treatment. Similarly, if your car breaks down and a mechanic insists a costly repair is […]


What to Do if Your Ex-Partner Is Spending Child Support Money on Themselves

March 23, 2023
Posted in: Child Support

Child support payments exist to ensure that your child has the resources necessary to grow and thrive. This money can be spent on food, education, clothing, housing, or even luxuries, as long as it is […]


What Makes a Prenup Invalid?

March 21, 2023

A prenuptial agreement is a contract, and like any contract, it can be enforced by the courts — assuming it was entered in good faith by both parties and doesn’t violate state or federal law. However, […]


Private Adoption vs. Agency Adoption: How Do They Differ?

March 16, 2023
Posted in: Child Adoption

If you are planning to adopt a child in the US, you have two major options: private adoption or agency adoption. Both exist to place a child with a family that will raise them as […]