• Follow us on Twitter
  • Follow us on Facebook
Divorce Lawyers & Attorneys Specializing in Family Law
Call us to discuss how we can help you (586) 954-9500
Text us for help now!586-789-9500

Free consultation

(586) 954 9500

Quick contact form

Text us for help now!586-789-9500

Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

5 Things Your Michigan Divorce Attorney Wants You to Know

Michigan divorce attorneyDivorce is a financial, emotional, and mental roller coaster. With the right Michigan divorce attorney by your side, however, you can deal with the ups and downs along the way. It helps to know what your attorney will expect of you, and what you can expect from the divorce process. (more…)

Can You Blame Donald Trump for Your Divorce?

Donald Trump divorceLynn Aronberg isn’t blaming Donald Trump for the demise of her marriage to lauded Palm Beach County, FL, prosecutor Dave Aronberg. But the PR firm that represents the former Miami Dolphins cheerleader is, titling the split as “The Trump Divorce.” Lynn proclaims that she “felt increasingly isolated in the marriage” for endorsing Trump – she was a fan of posting selfies (some with Trump) and “liked” Republican-leaning posts on social media – and this reason is being promoted as partly why her wedded bliss disintegrated. Oh, and Dave didn’t want kids either. (more…)

You Don’t Have to Be Rich to Get a Prenup in Michigan

prenup in MichiganMost people assume that prenuptial agreements are only about money: One half of a couple has a lot of cash, and they don’t want the other half taking a chunk out of their assets should they divorce. Money certainly factors prominently in prenups, but there are plenty of other reasons people are saying yes to a prenup in Michigan to help prevent a divorce. (more…)

5 Reasons Getting a Divorce Can Feel Like a Part-Time Job

getting a divorceA divorce means a change in lifestyle whether you like it or not. If you’re the one paying child support and spousal support, your income will go down. If you were a stay-at-home parent and have gotten a full-time job, the household tasks you used to take care of need to be outsourced if you want to keep your head above water, and that costs money. In a divorce, at least at the start, you are going it alone, even if you have friends, family, and kids to help you out. There are plenty of unexpected responsibilities during your Michigan divorce that can really make you feel like you’re working overtime. (more…)

6 Things You Could (or Should) Feel Guilty About in Your Michigan Divorce

guilt after divorceGuilt and divorce go hand in hand, especially if you have children. While there are plenty of things you should never feel guilty about as you struggle through this challenging time in your life, there are situations when guilt is the appropriate emotion. Sometimes the guilt is unavoidable, in other situations you could avoid guilt entirely by making different decisions. (more…)

Should You Date a Recently Divorced Man?

divorced man in michiganMen and women are very different, and how they recover from a Michigan divorce is no exception. While women may be more likely to settle into the range of intense emotions that surround a divorce, a man may travel along on adrenaline until he lands on his feet again. By this time, he’s potentially met someone new, but the reality of his new normal is just hitting him, and he has no choice but to finally process the grief, anger, hope, regret, and sadness. Do you want to be around for that ride? Find out whether you can weather the storm. (more…)

Want to Make It Through Your Michigan Divorce? Change Your Perspective

perspective michigan divorceYou will experience a buffet of feelings about your divorce from beginning to end. Some will make you feel great about the decision to end your marriage, others will make you feel insignificant and unlovable. To help yourself manage the inevitable emotional strain of divorce, the ups and the downs, there is one thing that must change: your perspective. (more…)

How Adult Children Are Affected by Their Parents’ Divorce

adult child getting news of parent divorceMany couples mistakenly assume that their adult children will be accepting of their divorce. So, some parents wait until they have an empty nest before filing for divorce. After all, the kids have made their own way in life and are off to college, jobs, or their own families. Alas, divorce impacts a family no matter what age a child is. (more…)

Are You on the Brink of an Empty Nest Divorce?

Empty nest divorceYour last child has left the nest. After years of raising a family with your spouse, you find yourself ready to restart your life – on your own. The Empty Nest Divorce, also known as the Gray Divorce, is affecting a large portion of the population. In the past 25 years, divorce among adults age 50 and over has roughly doubled. If you find yourself on the brink of divorce after decades together, you may think the courtroom or mediation room battles will be easier if child support isn’t an issue. Don’t be mistaken – the Empty Nest Divorce comes with its own unique challenges. (more…)

Divorcing in Michigan? You Can Relate to High-Profile Divorces

high-profile-divorcesEach newsmaker whose divorce story makes the headlines inevitably causes many husbands and wives to rethink their own unions. Whether you can relate to high-profile weddings, splits, and incomes or not, the reality is that challenges in a marriage are not unique to one couple. Some people are just unable to keep their personal life, well, personal. Why not learn a divorce lesson or two from the trials of celebrities, whether you’re at the start of a divorce, completing your divorce, or well into a new relationship? (more…)

Text us for help now!586-789-9500

We encourage you to see these differences for yourself and call today to speak with one of our partners or schedule a free consultation at our office.

During traditional business hours, please call us at:
(586) 954-9500

After hours and weekends, we are still available for you to speak to an attorney via our 24 Hour messaging center:
(586) 854 3654

Michigan Divorce Attorney

Listed on Divorcesource.com: a comprehensive state-by-state divorce informational network.

The information presented within this website is for general information purposes and is NOT and should not be considered as being "legal advice". You should not act on any information presented herein without the verifying same with your attorney.

Shelby Township | Mt. Clemens | Clinton Township | St. Clair Shores |Detroit | Grand Rapids | Port Huron | Washington Township | Warren | Sterling Heights | Livonia| Lansing | Monroe | Kalamazoo | Muskegon | Beverly Hills | Oakland County | Troy | Farmington Hills | Wixom | Bloomfield Hills | Birmingham | Madison Heights | Bay City | West Bloomfield | Oakland Township | Waterford |Clarkston | Novi | Canton | Dearborn | Traverse City | Alpena | Gaylord |Saginaw | Lake Orion | Flint | Farmington | Southfield | Lapeer | Taylor | GrandRapids | Roseville | Pleasant Ridge | Rochester | Royal Oak | Bloomfield
Site contents © Femminineo Attorneys P.L.L.C.