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How Does the Mediation Process Work in Michigan?

Of all the ways to get a divorce in Michigan, mediation is one of the most peaceful. Mediation is also less costly and saves more time during the divorce process. Still, many couples are unsure of how mediation works or what they can expect. Unlike other states, Michigan does not require that couples go through mediation prior to entering litigation,…

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What Happens to Pets in a Divorce?

There are many issues that will arise during any divorce case. Child custody, child support, and alimony are just a few. These are also the issues that many people first think of when it comes to divorce. One issue that is often overlooked though are the family pets. During the marriage, both spouses likely developed a strong emotional bond with…

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Royal Oak Divorce Lawyers Can Help with Contested and Uncontested Divorces

Michigan is a no-fault divorce state. This means that a spouse does not have to provide grounds when filing for divorce. This is different than other states that allow spouses to file for divorce on the grounds of adultery, abuse, and other allegations. In Michigan, a spouse must only show that the marital relationship has broken down and there is…

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What Happens to the Marital Home in a Divorce?

There are a lot of issues to sort out in divorce, including the division of the marital assets. Of all the assets argued about during a divorce, the marital home is often at the top of the list. So, what happens to that home during a divorce? Is there any chance you could keep it? The answers to those questions…

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The Top Divorce Myths in Michigan

When going through a divorce, it is natural for family and friends to pass on bits of advice while trying to inform you of the process and what to expect. Although this information is passed on by well-meaning folks, much of it is wrong. This practice has led to the creation of some popular myths surrounding divorce. To their own…

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Details Matter When Making a Michigan Parenting Plan

For couples who are unmarried or getting a divorce, parenting time is often a contentious issue.  Previously, the court would issue an order appointing one parent as the primary guardian, while the other would get visitation on weeknights and every other weekend. Today, the Michigan courts urge parents to develop a time sharing schedule that allows both to play an…

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