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September 2013 Archives

Michigan father loses child custody battle


Child custody cases are some of the most heart-wrenching cases that the courts have to decide. Essentially, if the court is involved, the court is going to tell one parent that the child would be better of with them overall. Even though there are a number of different types of custody arrangements that the courts can look at, such as joint legal custody, sole legal custody, etc., the reality of the situation is that one parenting time will ultimately impact one parent more adversely than the other, which is what makes child custody decisions so difficult.

Remarrying is usually not a viable option post-divorce


There was a time when marriages normally lasted forever. People were true to the vows that they took and divorce was a "dirty word". However, in todays society the reality is that divorce is commonplace. The stigma that once went along with divorce is no longer there, and more and more Michigan residents are leaving marital situations that they do not find favorable. Seemingly, divorce is a part of marriage. The likelihood that a marriage will last 40-plus years is just not that usual anymore.

Divorcing actress, musician to share joint custody of children


Michigan residents will be familiar with actress Laura Dern's work in television and film; her blockbuster movie Jurassic Park has recently been re-released in 3D. Dern married Grammy-winning musician Ben Harper back in 2005, although Harper filed for divorce in October of 2010. They had already been separated for almost a year before the filing.

Woman sought help from insurance company to recover child support


When a couple with children divorces, the issue of child support is one of the most important issues to resolve. Sometimes, the parties can reach an agreement and everything remains amicable. Unfortunately, in most child support cases, the situation is not worked out between the parties and court involvement is necessary. Using a mathematical formula, a court in Michigan will determine which parent must pay child support and how much that parent will be required to pay to the children's primary caretaker.

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