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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.

Financial matters in divorce and their effect on women

Divorce can prove to be contentious for some Michigan couples. For instance, financial matters can be a source of great contention. In most cases, especially in contested divorces, the courts will take the lead on how to divide finances in divorce. Depending on the applicable divorce guidelines, there are different ways in which the court can view money distribution in divorce. Who gets what monetarily is mostly up to the courts.

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.

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.

Rapper and wife decide to nix their divorce

Filing for divorce is a major, life-altering decision. It is not one a couple comes by lightly. After pledging to spend life with someone else and raising a family together, to just call all of that quits is an extremely difficult decision to make. However, divorce happens a lot in today's society. Upon making the decision to divorce there are a number of matters that need to be resolved legally between the parties. For instance, some of the issues at hand in a divorce are: alimony, custody, child support, property division and visitation. These are all pretty important topics that may require legal attention.

Researchers find possible link between divorce, Facebook

Facebook and other social media networks have become a ubiquitous part of life for many spouses in Michigan. While keeping in touch with old friends and extended family members may seem innocent, it may be that when it comes to Facebook there can be too much of a good thing.

Changing the name on the house as part of divorce settlement

Divorce brings with it not only a lot of emotional baggage but also a lot of other baggage. The other issues consist of all those things that have to be addressed during a divorce like asset evaluation, modifications and agreements as they pertain to the divorce child support and custody issues, property division, spousal support, alimony and anything else that may come up. Divorces can be complex matters that involve a number of moving parts.

Famous couple decides to divorce

Divorce can prove to be an emotionally difficult time for all involved. The ending of a marriage signifies the end of a committed relationship in most cases, but it can also be defined as a new beginning. Divorce provides a couple that is in an unfavorable situation the ability and the opportunity to move onward to something else, something more. Even though divorce is sad because of what it historically represents, it can also be viewed as a fresh start at life and at love. Before this can happen, however, there are a number of issues that usually need to be resolved before a divorce is finalized. Some of the issues have to deal with child custody, child support, alimony and spousal support just to name a few.

Divorce can impact physical and psychological health

Divorce is an emotional rollercoaster ride. Those going through a divorce have to deal with all that a divorce proceeding entails, and this includes, but is not limited to, handling prenuptial agreements, fighting for child custody, making visitation plans, as well as dealing with property division, spousal support, alimony and child support issues. Divorce is an emotional time and can have detrimental physical and psychological side effects.

Movement to change alimony gaining ground across America

Getting a divorce can be a difficult experience. Tempers can flare, arguments can break out, and it can be extremely hard for the parting spouses to agree on family legal issues. Child custody, child support, and spousal support will then be disputed during court hearings before a judge, who will then make the final determinations.

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