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What Grounds Do I Need for a Divorce?

The Difference Between Fault and No-Fault States. Michigan is a “no fault” divorce state, which means the courts don’t require a person to prove that their

Options for 50/50 Placement Schedules

As you work with your children’s other parent on setting up a placement (visitation) schedule, there are myriad options to choose from. Even parents who coparent

Do You Really Need a Divorce Lawyer?

No matter how amicable or difficult you expect your divorce process to be, there some reasons to hire a divorce attorney that apply even to the

National Adoption Awareness Month

Adoption is not always easy for the child or the adoptive parent. It comes with many struggles that an average parent does not have to struggle

Post-Divorce Drinking

Divorce can lead to an abundance of physical and mental issues in a person, such as alcoholism. Sometimes people turn to alcohol as their coping mechanism,

Fall Fun for Everyone

Who said that only kids get to have fun in the fall? When the weather starts to get colder, it may seem like there are fewer

What is Documentary Evidence?

Documentary evidence is evidence that is in the form of a recorded document, such as a recorded phone call or even a photograph. Attorneys can use

You Have Options Besides Divorce

Divorce is not the only solution to an unhappy marriage. Although it may seem like the quickest and easiest solution, you are sadly mistaken. Divorce is

Need a Reason to Celebrate Your Family?

Did you know that a national stepfamily day is celebrated across America each year on September 16th? We cannot think of a better reason to celebrate

How to Improve Your Parenting

Nobody ever said parenting was easy. In fact, it is often the most challenging thing a person will ever do in life. Click the link below

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What Grounds Do I Need for a Divorce?

The Difference Between Fault and No-Fault States. Michigan is a “no fault” divorce state, which means the courts don’t require a person to prove that

Options for 50/50 Placement Schedules

As you work with your children’s other parent on setting up a placement (visitation) schedule, there are myriad options to choose from. Even parents who

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