Recent high school graduates about to head into their first year of college are probably acutely aware of just how much debt they are taking on. Without student loans, a college education is out of reach for the average Michigan student. While most understand that they will carry these loans for years or even decades after graduation, few may realize the impact this debt could have on their future family law needs.
You have never committed a criminal offense, so when the police ask you to come down to the station for questioning, it may not occur to you that doing so may cause problems. However, unbeknownst to you, the police may consider you a person of interest.
When you are getting a divorce, your instinct may be to be vindictive. However, seeking revenge will only prolong the process and drain you financially and emotionally. While you should fight for your own interests and there are times to hold your ground, you should not spend every second being vengeful.
A Michigan man is in police custody following an accident in which one person was killed. The driver believed to have caused the wreck was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, and as such is facing multiple serious charges. These types of allegations often require careful criminal defense action from defendants.
According to police in Michigan, a 20-year-old man will likely be arraigned on charges related to a fatal car accident that occurred in the early morning hours of a recent Tuesday. The crash investigation is ongoing, but a preliminary report indicates that the driver fled the crash scene on foot. It is not known whether he suffered any personal injury, but his two passengers lost their lives.
During divorce proceedings, it is not uncommon for one or both parents to not see their child for periods of time as custody is decided. When dealing with family law issues related to custody, there are a few things Michigan parents should keep in mind. Following legal best practices and behaving appropriately can help people who are trying to get more time with their child or children.
There are many different definitions of what it means to have a "successful" divorce. Some define it as negotiating a fair settlement where everyone gets the right amount of assets and protections under family law. Others interpret it as a divorce that is quick and involves less conflicts. Almost every person going through a divorce in Michigan will come into contact with challenges and emotional decisions throughout the process. Here are some tips for getting through a divorce in a civil, psychologically healthy way.