Michigan Divorce Lawyers and articles
You cannot force your spouse to undergo counseling, but opting for collaborative divorce with them can introduce that into your divorce process.
Divorce is a life-changing event. A new process called the Collaborative Divorce Process offers a…
Your divorce lawyer has been trained to handle legal processes like yours, and his/her suggested course of action may be the wiser one to take.
Knowing what a good client-lawyer relationship looks like and seeking to emulate it can help you prepare for the legal process of divorce.
A divorce may be granted in Michigan divorce law for the "no-fault" ground of irretrievable breakdown of the marriage relationship to the extent that the objects of matrimony have been destroyed and there remains no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved.
During and following a divorce, you will experience various stages of grief as you begin processing your divorce and what caused your marriage to end.
When a stepparent enters your child's life, you will likely feel a mix of emotions – especially if the new partner played a role in your ex-spouse's infidelity. While your ex's new marriage may be difficult to deal with, there are things you can do to ensure the transition is a positive experience for your child.
Sometimes couples may find themselves rushing to finalize their divorce and "get it over with." Unfortunately, once the divorce is finalized, you may find yourself regretting things you did or didn't do. To ensure the process is in your and your family's best interest, follow these seven steps.
Women have become the leading earners in many families – meaning more men are eligible to receive spousal support following a divorce. While the percentage of men being awarded support has increased, it hasn't been significant, and many men are avoiding seeking support.
It has been over a year since Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck announced they were separating to the public, yet the estranged couple has not taken any steps toward initiating – let alone finalizing – a divorce.
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