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October 2012 Archives

The importance of considering the economics of a divorce

Marriage has its charms -- companionship, family life, children, typically a higher standard of living, and more. Most do not think of what might happen if the marriage were to result in divorce. When irreconcilable differences arise, divorce may be the only option for the emotional well-being of the parties and their children. However, one's financial well-being during and after a divorce, particularly in today's hard economic times, is a whole different issue for divorcing parties to handle.

Mother charged for not returning son to father in Michigan

Parents with minor and un-emancipated children who are no longer together routinely have to work with each other to arrange visitation and parenting time with the non-custodial parent. In such child custody cases, some parents may be able to mutually agree and draft a workable schedule while others may not be able to see eye-to-eye on any issue related to parenting time.

Mother charged for not returning son to father in Michigan

Parents with minor and un-emancipated children who are no longer together routinely have to work with each other to arrange visitation and parenting time with the non-custodial parent. In such child custody cases, some parents may be able to mutually agree and draft a workable schedule while others may not be able to see eye-to-eye on any issue related to parenting time.

Does mental disability prevent a person from seeking divorce?

When irreconcilable differences arise between a married couple, they have the option to seek a divorce. Even though many legal issues such as property division, asset distribution, child custody and visitation issues must be addressed, for most, seeking a divorce is a decision that one can independently make. However, an additional layer of complexity is added to such a decision when one spouse is mentally disabled or incompetent.

Ex-husband receiving spousal support from ex-wife after divorce

When irreconcilable differences arise between a married couple, divorce may be the only option. When it happens, both parties must deal with a wide range of issues from child support, division of property and possibly spousal support.

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