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Four Ways to Help Your Chance of Winning Child Custody

As a parent, facing the fact that you may spend less time with your child is the scariest part of any divorce. It is for your spouse, too. Due to this, child custody issues are typically the most heated in any divorce that involves children, with each side fighting to win their child custody hearing. To help you have the…

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When Should I Introduce My New Partner to My Children?

Many people date new partners in the months or years that follow their divorces. This is natural; this is human. For many divorced parents, balancing dating with a parenting plan can be tricky. One of the most challenging parts of being a divorced parent dating a new partner is determining when to introduce your new partner to your children. It…

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Signs Your Divorce Could Get Ugly

In some Michigan divorce cases, couples are able to overcome personal differences to reach agreements that allow their case to be effectively resolved in the most timely and cost effective manner possible. In others, resentments and the desire to be vindictive can escalate an already tense and difficult situation. The following are some signs that there could be trouble brewing…

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Document Checklist for Getting a Divorce

Regardless of how long you were married or the amount of your estate and assets, there are legal issues which must be resolved in your divorce case. Having the appropriate supporting documents in place can help you feel more in control of the situation, while ensuring you get the settlement or judgment from the court that you are entitled to.…

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Are You Entitled to Spousal Support in Your Divorce?

Depending on the length of your marriage and the financial resources of each spouse, alimony or spousal support may be an issue in your divorce case. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., we work with you to help determine if alimony is something you should pursue. If you are entitled to this type of payment, we may be able to have…

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Parental Alienation

The term parental alienation is used to describe the systematic attempts of a parent to destroy the parent-child relationship between the other parent and the couple’s children. Sadly, parental alienation is often utilized as a tactic in custody proceedings, which can have devastating consequences for the emotional health of the children involved. If you are going through a divorce and…

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