Unfortunately divorce rates seem to be rising by the day. Shockingly, research indicates that just over 40 per cent of marriages end in divorce – that is almost one in every two marriages! Sadly, rarely does a marriage end amicably. More often than not, one of the reasons why this is the case is because a dispute commences regarding money and other finance related interests. Taking this into account, read on to discover some top tips for protecting your financial interests during a divorce…
It has only been recently that Michigan has begun allowing recreational pot within the state. The government decided to allow people to apply for licenses such as club owners to help regulate the use of pot. At the time this was passed, a lot of business owners had been left out of the cannabis industry, but this is no longer the case thanks to the new rules that were brought in in July. In this article, we are going to be looking at Michigan Recreational Pot, and what it means for the state.
Filing for divorce is never a straightforward thing, but understanding how to file for divorce is essential if you reach that point in your relationship. Firstly, it provides closure for both parties, and secondly, it divides up shared assets and debts. Also, it helps resolve the issues of child custody and alimony, two sensitive yet essential aspects of a divorce.
In this post, we’ll outline the most critical parts of how to file for divorce to make the process as binding and amicable as possible.
The legalization of marijuana in Michigan has been a popular subject for the past few years. And with the new Michigan Recreational Laws that were released in July of this year, the rules and regulations for the use and selling of recreational marijuana have changed.
Many Judges, Friend of the Court Referees and family law attorneys have begun turning to custody evaluators to help guide proper decision-making in child custody disputes. Evaluators can be appointed both during the initial divorce proceedings or during post-judgment motions. If an evaluator is appointed to your case, you should discuss with your attorney the pros, cons and expectations of an evaluation. In this article we try to give you some basics about custody evaluations, but preparing for and understanding custody evaluations is complex, and you should consult an experienced family law attorney for more details.
Are you planning a divorce in Michigan with no minor child or children? In this guide, you’ll find out everything you need to know about this process and what you should expect. That way, you can guarantee that there are no surprises down the road.