“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
What Divorced and Unmarried Parents Need to Know about CARES Act Family Relief Payments
COVID-19 has hit families hard in Michigan and across the country. For divorced and unmarried parents, there … Continue Reading
COVID-19 and Pending Family Court Hearings. What now?
Divorce is a challenge. Parenting time battles are hard. These are obvious statements, but what happens when … Continue Reading
Understanding Student Loan Relief During the Coronavirus Pandemic
With potentially millions of Americans facing unemployment, people with student loans worry they will default if they … Continue Reading
Michigan Family Law Update: The Impact of “Shelter in Place” on Parenting Time Orders
Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order requires Michigan residents to “Shelter in Place” to stem … Continue Reading
Does a Parent’s Legal Use of Marijuana Jeopardize Custody Rights?
American attitudes towards marijuana are changing, and an increasing number of states, including Michigan, have enacted laws … Continue Reading
Unmarried & Living Together in Michigan? You Need a Cohabitation Agreement
In our modern world, unmarried couples who live together are commonplace. Similar to the importance of a … Continue Reading