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Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets? Watch Out For These Tricks

Are you worried that you may not get what you deserve in the divorce? It’s a concern for a lot of people, but not just because of what a court will decide. They also worry that their spouse may hide assets and money from them, trying to make it…
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Categories: Divorce

Skipping College Increases the Odds of Divorce

You probably did not think about divorce when deciding if you should go to college or not. You considered your career, the financial impact and a lot of other factors. You may not even have been married yet, so you definitely were not worrying about…
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Categories: Divorce

Proving That You Deserve Sole Custody of Your Child Isn't Easy

Parents who question their ex’s ability to raise their child may decide to wage a custody battle in hopes of being awarded more parenting time. Those who decide to do this often ask what it takes for a judge to decide to award increased custody…
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Categories: Child Custody

Qualifications You Must Meet to Receive a K-1 Fiance Visa

The growth in the use of the internet, even in some of the most remote places in the world, has made it easier for singles looking for love to meet others, even if both parties are separated by thousands of miles. This has led to an uptick in applica…
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Categories: Immigration

A Detroit Judge Upholds and Adoption Discrimination Case

On Sept. 14, a Detroit judge decided against dismissing an American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lawsuit that had been filed in federal court earlier this year. In the plaintiff’s filing, they allege that Michigan’s public child welfare p…
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Categories: Adoption

How Can I Get My Groove Back After My Divorce

If you’re an Ann Arbor woman who is struggling to move forward after your divorce is finalized, the future may appear unnaturally bleak. This is particularly true when the divorce was unwanted. However, even when you were the one who filed (or…
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Categories: Divorce

Child Custody Concerns: When Could a Parent Lose Custody?

Michigan family law courts will always make decisions that are in the best interest of the children involved. Usually, in the case of a divorce, the best interest of the child involves him or her being able to spend as much time as possible with both…
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Categories: Child Custody

The New Alimony Law May Provide a Tax Break for Paying Spouses

When President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law a few months ago, it made it where come Jan. 1, 2019, alimony will no longer be able to be taken as a deduction on a paying spouse’s taxes. It also made it where the recipien…
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Categories: Spousal Support

Could 'Bird's Nest Custody' Work For You?

When Michigan parents divorce, they must make some hard choices about the custody of their children and where all parties will live once the split is final. The family law courts tend to prefer co-parenting arrangements unless there are mitigating fa…
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Categories: Child Custody

Child Custody, Living Situations and Factors the Court Considers

When seeking custody of your children in a divorce case, the court is going to carefully consider a lot of different factors to decide what is in the best interests of the children. Parents are naturally biased. While the court does want to keep fami…
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Categories: Child Custody

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