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July 2014 Archives

Actor's failure to pay spousal support could mean trouble


Coming to the end of a marriage is difficult in many ways. First and foremost, ending a relationship can be extremely emotional and can also be volatile, especially if children are involved. Once a marriage ends the family dynamic changes forever and each person in that family has to deal with the aftermath of divorce. Coupled with the emotional toll that divorce can bring there is also the financial part of divorce that the parties have to handle. Child support, spousal support, alimony, asset valuation and property division are all topics of discussion in a divorce, and are all things that need to be addressed and rectified before a divorce is finalized.

Michigan appellate court rules on family law matter


There has historically been a presumption in the law that a child born to a married couple is the biological child of the spouses. For most Brighton families, this presumption is a reality. However, when marriages break down and individuals engage in extra-marital relationships, this presumption can sometimes fail.

Understanding property division and other factors in a divorce


Couples in Brighton who decide to part ways have a great deal to consider when moving forward with a divorce. Divorce legal issues can be complex and what might sound like a good idea in the present isn't the best plan for the future. When there is property division at stake and factors such as retirement accounts in dispute, understanding the various calculations that must be made can be a key to a satisfying and equitable division.

Actor ordered to pay spousal support


Divorce is one of the most difficult things a Michigan couple has to go through. Divorce means the ending of a relationship that the couple hoped would last forever. This can be devastating for a couple. Dealing with the end of something, especially where love is involved, is hard to do for just about everyone. But once the tears have dried it is time to get down to the business of getting a divorce, which can take a lot of time and energy.

Unmarried couples may reap financial benefits by marrying


It is no secret that marriage brings financial as well as emotional benefits. With the passage of same-sex marriage laws in many states, same-sex couples that are unmarried may want to consider getting married for financial reasons.

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