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March 2013 Archives

Same-sex divorces are difficult to come by in most states

Divorce is a difficult situation for anyone to go through. It signals the end of a relationship that both parties vowed to make last forever. The partnership is over and divorce offers the closure is necessary for the involved parties to move on. When children and child custody issues are involved, though, divorce becomes more complicated. The same goes for same-sex married couples. Not only is it tougher for same-sex couples to marry, as only nine states including the District of Colombia recognize such arrangements, but it is even more complex and complicated for same-sex couples to get divorced.

Michigan county tries new approach to child support enforcement

There are a number of issues to deal with when it comes to going through a divorce. If children are involved, child support issues may complicate efforts to resolve a divorce. One of the most pressing concerns for the courts in divorce cases is ensuring that the health and welfare of the children is handled appropriately. This means that the court expends a lot of effort in securing the financial future of the child so that their needs are met, no matter the outcome of the divorce.

Still awaiting same-sex marriage decision in Michigan

Same-sex marriage is a hot button topic in today's society. The right of gays to marry is a political debate that has been going on for some time. There are a number of same-sex, unmarried couples that want to marry so that they can start families and enjoy the same rights and protections as other couples. Therefore, not only is this a social issue but it is also a family law matter.

Best interests of the child standard guides custody decisions

Custody issues are likely arise when parents decide to end their relationship, prompting a decision to be made about where the child will live. Dealing with child custody situations can be volatile because at the end of the day, one parent will inevitably be granted more time with the child than the other parent.

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