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- Common Stress Factors that Lead to Divorce
Marriage is one of the most difficult relationships to maintain, and often requires a great deal of effort from both spouses.
- Financial Warning Signs of a Divorce
Often a spouse has no idea a divorce is forthcoming.
- Financial Planning for College
College planning in divorced families can be a challenge. But a family law attorney can assist you during the process of financial planning for your childís educational expenses.
- Pregnancy and Divorce
Pregnancy can be a time of great joy for couples, but it can also be a time of tremendous stress. What happens if a couple gets a divorce (or is in the process of divorcing) while the wife is pregnant? There are many unique legal issues raised under these precarious circumstances.
- Divorce and Illness
Two researchers from Iowa State University and the University of Indianapolis have released the findings of a study funded by the US National Institute on Aging.
- Hidden Financial Assets During Divorce
Dividing assets during a divorce is a complicated process, especially for wealthy families.
- Social Networking Sites and Divorce Discovery
Social networking sites vary on their ease of use in terms of acquiring discovery. It is important to know the varying nuances if social network evidence is important to your divorce or family law matter.
- How Do I Garnish Wages for Child Support?
In a typical debtor/creditor case, a creditor must go to court and get a judgment against a debtor before it can take part in collection efforts on the debt, such as garnishment or property assignments. Parents who are not receiving the support that they are entitled to receive per an existing court order do not typically have to go through the process of getting a judgment to have wages automatically withheld from the other parentís wages.
- Basics of Mediation
Mediation is negotiating with the assistance of a neutral third party (the mediator) who facilitates the negotiation process.
- Lower Standard to Remove Restrictions on Parenting Time in Michigan
To modify custody the parent seeking the modification must show that there is a change in circumstances or good cause to revisit custody before the court will even consider a potential modification. The same is true for parenting time however the courts in Michigan have held that there is a less stringent requirement regarding the change of circumstances or good cause in order to modify parenting time.