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    4 weeksago
    If there is one thing in life that will test you and show you that you’re stronger than you ever thought possible, it’s a divorce. However, even the toughest person will be tested by the mental, emotional, financial, and logistical demands of this process. Here...
    2 monthsago
    Infidelity is the cause of the breakdown of many marriages. Couples who want to avoid divorce may attempt to repair their union after cheating has occurred, focusing on their connection, children, and lives together rather than indiscretions. It is possible to recover from infidelity but...

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    January 16, 2023
    2 weeksago

    Good communication is critical in a marriage, but everyone is entitled to a bad day every now and then. Everyone misspeaks from time to time. And, hopefully, everyone apologizes when they’re in the wrong. But there are some behaviors that, when they occur repeatedly, can lead to a marriage full of communication holes and unhappiness, most notably stonewalling and contempt. Divorce isn’t far behind.

    November 3, 2022
    3 monthsago

    When your Michigan divorce is finalized, you’re left looking at the new life you are now living. This may be a time of sadness and mourning. It may also be a time of joy and excitement. Rest assured, you will feel all the feelings at some point, and you’ll have questions too about things like dating after divorce? Some people say yes, others say no, but there’s only one right answer for you.

    September 14, 2021
    1 yearago

    Vaccinations have been a hot topic for decades. Many people believe in their worth, while others fundamentally object to vaccines and believe they do more harm than good. The COVID-19 vaccine has brought these stark differences to light and, unfortunately, some divorced couples fall on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to getting their children vaccinated for COVID-19.

    August 2, 2021
    2 yearsago

    Research has shown repeatedly that August divorce filings are common. What’s so triggering about this time of year? For many people, a hazy, lazy summer is coming to an end – for others, this season was full of hot tempers and last hurrahs.

    September 1, 2020
    2 yearsago

    Both parties in a divorce have goals for their split. One may be determined to get the family pet, while another is more concerned about the family car. What happens, though, when both of you want ownership of one particular object – namely, your family home? If coming through your Michigan divorce with the house in your name is a non-negotiable, it’s time to find out how to play ball and get what you want from the dissolution of your marriage.

    July 6, 2020
    3 yearsago

    Every relationship has been tested by the challenges of COVID-19. While some couples have become closer during this time of chaos and fear, others have had existing marital issues magnified or seen new problems come to light. For some, the difficulties have become so evident that divorce is the only answer. The breakdown of many celebrity marriages during this time make the relationship stress of the coronavirus crystal clear.

    May 21, 2020
    3 yearsago

    Many engaged couples consider registering for wedding gifts as a rite of passage. Whether they go to stores in person or carry out the task online, they’re working together to create a combined new life. When that same couple decides to get a divorce, they must work backward and separate everything they joined together over the length of their union, far beyond dishes and towels. In a Michigan divorce, this is known as marital property division.

    May 7, 2020
    3 yearsago

    For couples who might have been on the fence about getting a divorce, the stay-at-home orders caused by COVID-19 have made it very clear to some of them that a split is necessary and unavoidable. Now, the biggest question is: Can you get a Michigan divorce during a pandemic?

    April 10, 2020
    3 yearsago

    Divorcing couples with children face incredible hurdles when it comes to parenting time. It can be difficult to establish an interim schedule of when you both will see your children. And it can be even more difficult to nail down a firm routine that will be legally binding in your divorce judgment. Now, there is COVID-19, and that has changed how we all live our lives. So, what do you do when the limitations and threats of the coronavirus affect your parenting time?


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