Federal Assistance With COVID-19-Related Funeral Expenses
The death of a loved one is difficult under any circumstance. In the past year, many people … Continue Reading
Behind-the-Times Michigan Surrogacy Law Forces Parents to Adopt Their Own Kids
Bringing a new child into the world is supposed to be a time of joy and hopefulness. … Continue Reading
Co-Parenting, COVID, and Turning the Page on a Challenging Year
When formulating a parenting plan, divorcing parents and their attorneys try to take all potential issues into … Continue Reading
Can You – and Should You – Appeal a Divorce Judgment?
When it comes to resolving the myriad family law issues involved in a divorce – child custody … Continue Reading
How Does “Voluntary Underemployment” Affect Michigan Child Support Obligations?
Child support is one of those family law issues that can create a lot of tension between … Continue Reading
Divorce Behaviors Separating Spouses Should Never Exhibit During a Divorce
Some people are pros at getting divorced, literally. But, for most, divorce is emotionally and financially challenging … Continue Reading
How Are Bonuses and Commissions Divided in a Michigan Divorce?
When it comes to how Michigan family law courts divide property and assets in a divorce, one … Continue Reading
“Do I Get a Say?” – The Role of Children’s Preferences in Michigan Custody Decisions
Kids don’t have much of a say about whether or not their parents get divorced, even though … Continue Reading
Parenting Time, School Closures, and COVID-19: When is Spring Break? Summer Break?
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered the suspension of all in-person K-12 instruction … Continue Reading