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Divorced happily ever after


Divorce is highly emotional and can be combative, depending on the relationship between the parties. With that being said, it is very difficult to believe that a couple who gets divorced can become friends after everything is said and done; however, it does happen. Dealing with issues like child custody, child support, spousal support, prenuptial agreements and alimony are all very difficult matters to handle in the wake of a divorce. If these issues and others that have to be decided during a divorce proceeding can be done amicably, then there is a chance that a friendship can result at the end of the day.

Are military personnel at a disadvantage in child custody cases?


Child custody is difficult for any couple that has to go through it. Because there is the potential for a parent to lose time with their child, emotions tend to run high during child custody battles. The courts have to look at what is in the best interest of the child and often this might not line up with what the parents want.

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.

No-fault divorces may not be so easy anymore


There are a number of legal issues that have to be addressed in a divorce. These issues are often more complicated and complex because emotions are involved which can cause conflict among the parties. Because it denotes the ending of a relationship that was supposed to last forever, many times there can be a lot of acrimony between the parties in a divorce. Sometimes these bad feelings are set aside so as to do things that are the best interest of those involved; however, many times the contentious nature remains present throughout the divorce proceedings.

Money talks in Michigan divorce cases


Divorce is an emotionally stressful time for all involved, including the families of the parties in the divorce, their children and their friends. Mostly everyone who is related or in some way attached to the couple getting a divorce is affected. With that being said, however, the only thing that may be more stressful is the money aspect of a divorce. At the end of the day, divorce can center on finances just as much as it centers on emotions. Emerging from a Michigan divorce financially stable is a helpful goal to have.

Divorce and emotions go hand-in-hand


Going through a divorce is not an easy thing to do. If one is lucky, the divorce will be amicable and civil, and those who are a party to the divorce will leave the situation anger-free. However, this may not be the case for some couples in Michigan who find that they are filled with emotions that are mostly negative in nature, thus leading towards a break-up that is unfriendly and uncivilized. Parties to a divorce proceeding most likely do not intentionally set out to make the divorce proceedings difficult, it sometimes is just the nature of the beast.

Baby boomers are not immune to divorce


Because divorce is so common, it sometimes acts as a deterrent to marriage. It is difficult to go into something so emotional that has a chance of ending. Not only is divorce extremely emotionally charged for the parties involved, but it is also very difficult for the families of the divorcing parties because divorce causes those relationships to come to an end, as well. Emotions loom large in divorce, no matter the reasons behind it or how long the parties were together. The ending of a marriage is always a sad time to some degree.

Reverend arrested for domestic violence in divorce dispute

During the end of a marriage in Livingston, there are many divorce legal issues that must be hashed out. In certain instances, the disputes do not just involve property, assets and children from the marriage as emotions become part of the equation. The human element in a divorce cannot be discounted as a couple seeks to terminate their union.

Amicably resolving child custody disputes is helpful


A divorce can bring about a plethora of emotions, such as anger, anxiety, worry and hate. These emotions can at times cloud a person's decision-making when facing issues such as child custody. When children are involved in a divorce, the divorce proceedings seem to be that much more unpleasant. Both parents want to continue to be the parent to their child, and this is put at risk when a court has to decide whom the child will reside with at the end of the divorce proceedings, when all of the decisions are made. Child custody issues are difficult issues for the courts to resolve.

Well-known couple divorces citing irreconcilable differences


Divorce equates to a death, the death of the relationship. When a couple gets a divorce it impacts not only the couple but also the families, friends and loved ones of the couple. It is a difficult time for all involved and an extremely emotional time as well. In most cases, divorce is a welcome resolution to a familial situation that has already eroded. Although no one gets married with the thought of getting a divorce, the truth of the matter is that it happens rather frequently.

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