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Category: Family Law

  • Is Adultery a Crime in Michigan?

    By Iafrate & Salassa

    Is Adultery a Crime in Michigan?
    Adultery is one of the worst forms of betrayal a spouse could commit in their marriage. Many marriages cannot survive it and it is not uncommon for the two spouses to get a divorce afterward. However, while adultery does have serious impacts on a marriage, many people do ...
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  • How to Modify Child Custody Arrangements
    Child custody is just one of the many issues that is decided during divorce. However, like so many other terms of divorce, the custody order a judge issues may be modified in certain situations. Even when both parents agree to the change in child custody, the initial arrangement ...
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  • Should You Hire a Private Investigator for Your Divorce?
    When going through a divorce, you will undoubtedly feel a range of emotions. Divorce is stressful and it is natural to feel upset, stressed, and frustrated by the process. You may even start to become suspicious of your spouse and think they are acting unfairly, or that they ...
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  • Does Michigan Recognize Common Law Marriages?
    Marriage is not for everyone. Some people want to live together and act as a married couple, but their union is never made official. They do not apply for a marriage license and they do not have a ceremony that joins them together. However, couples in common law ...
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