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  • How Much Back Child Support is a Felony in Michigan?
    Getting behind on child support payments is a serious matter. In Michigan, all parents are required to financially support their children until they are no longer minors. However, child support can become a burden to some. The amount of child support can quickly add up, and it can ...
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  • 3
    August

    Can a Child Refuse to Visit a Parent?

    By Iafrate & Salassa

    Can a Child Refuse to Visit a Parent?
    When a couple gets a divorce, it affects the entire family, particularly when there are children involved. After a divorce, it is not uncommon for one parent to be named the primary caregiver with the other parent being given visitation rights, with a certain amount of visitation days ...
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  • What is Considered Electronic Snooping in Divorce?
    Electronic snooping in divorce is essentially recording your spouse to obtain evidence that will hurt them and benefit you during your divorce case. Many spouses consider snooping on their spouse electronically, so it is important for you to know that you are not alone. Still, it is just ...
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  • 27
    April

    Is Michigan a No-Fault Divorce State?

    By Iafrate & Salassa

    Is Michigan a No-Fault Divorce State?
    It is a sad fact that nearly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. While there are many reasons couples get a divorce, these reasons will not factor in when one spouse files for divorce. Still, fault sometimes is an issue during the divorce ...
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