When Can a Parent’s Behavior Affect Child Custody in Michigan?
- posted: Oct. 15, 2021
When divorcing or separating parents cannot come to an agreement about where children should live or how they should be raised, the court makes a decision on custody. Among the Read More
Tips for Finding Assets Your Spouse Hid Before the Divorce
- posted: Aug. 15, 2021
Michigan requires divorcing spouses to disclose all marital and separately owned property, since full financial disclosure is necessary to ensure that each spouse receives an equitable share of the marital Read More
When Is a Postnuptial Agreement Valid in Michigan?
- posted: Apr. 15, 2021
Many people are familiar with prenuptial agreements, which couples enter into before marriage to define their property rights. Similarly, a postnuptial agreement allows a married couple to specify how they Read More
What Happens When a Child Refuses Visitation With a Parent?
- posted: Mar. 15, 2021
Despite a court order setting a visitation schedule after a divorce, there are times when a minor child doesn’t want to go to the other parent’s house. If your child Read More
Modification of Parenting Time or Visitation During the COVID-19 Crisis
- posted: Feb. 15, 2021
Like other states, Michigan has been subject to executive orders and other measures that require workers — except for those designated as essential — to remain at home in an Read More
How Does Michigan Law Divide Assets in Divorce Cases?
- posted: Jan. 15, 2021
Marriage is a complicated set of legal rights and obligations, including the presumed joint ownership of property acquired during the marriage. In a divorce, Michigan law provides for division of Read More
Michigan’s 100-Mile Rule on Moving Children After Divorce
- posted: Dec. 15, 2020
In a divorce, child custody and visitation arrangements are set based on the circumstances at the time. That usually means the spouses are in close enough physical proximity to allow Read More
How to Use Separate Maintenance as an Alternative to Divorce
- posted: Nov. 15, 2020
While Michigan law doesn’t provide for legal separation like you will find in some states, couples can create a status known as “separate maintenance” if they wish to stay married Read More