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How to Help Your Child Deal Effectively With Your Divorce

The breakup of a marriage can be devastating for everyone involved. While the adults grapple with the legal issues surrounding the breakup of their marriage and the fallout with family and friends, children are often left with unanswered questions about the divorce and what will happen in the future. Fortunately, young people are resilient and can recover quickly, provided their…

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Questions to Ask a Divorce Attorney When Filing for Divorce

The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services reports that approximately 20,000 couples get divorced in the state each year. Although divorce is relatively common, that does not make it any less hard to go through one yourself. You need to be prepared for the process—and one of the best things you can do is to set up a confidential…

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Common Financial Issues in Divorce

If you are preparing for a divorce in Michigan, you are far from alone. According to data provided by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services, approximately 20,000 couples get divorced in the state each year. Divorce is complicated. The financial issues of a divorce can be especially challenging. By knowing what to expect, you will be in a…

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Does it Matter Who Files for Divorce First in Michigan?

Are you preparing for a divorce in Michigan? You are far from alone. According to data published by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH), nearly 30,000 couples file for divorce in the state each year. You may be wondering: Does it matter if I file for divorce first?  The answer depends on the circumstances of your case. While your…

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How is Child Custody Determined?

Courts in Michigan determine child custody by focusing on the best interests of the child, and a variety of factors outlined under Michigan law. It is important for parents to know that the court can look at many different factors when deciding whether a parent should have sole custody or the parents should share joint custody, and what type of…

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Understanding and Calculating Alimony in Michigan

When spouses in Michigan get divorced, one of the parties may be able to seek spousal support, which is also known as alimony or spousal maintenance. Whether you have questions about your requirement to pay alimony, or you need assistance seeking alimony, one of our Michigan divorce attorneys can speak with you today about your circumstances. Alimony or Spousal Support…

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