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Is it best to leave the home during divorce?

Although no one marries with a plan to divorce, marriages that end early are becoming more common every day. Just about everyone knows divorce can be difficult. Sometimes the questions that arise when someone is facing the end of their marriage can be hard to answer. One such question for those in Clinton Township who are facing divorce is what to do with the home?

Don’t overlook insurance policy divisions in divorce

Divorce can be a traumatic experience for all those involved. One of the hardest things to deal with for any divorcing couple, including those in Clinton Township, is how to split up their property. One property division item that may be overlooked, but that is no less important, is a couple’s insurance policies.

Advice for struggling divorced parents

Many men and women that have gone through a divorce often describe it as being one of the most difficult times in their lives. When a couple who divorces has children, the emotional and financial impact of divorce are often magnified. All parents want what is best for their children, but some parents struggle with handling their own emotions and feelings related to a divorce while also providing a stable environment for their children.

Why alimony is still a necessity for many divorced mothers

When a couple chooses to divorce, there are a number of considerations that must be sorted out. Who gets custody of the children, retains ownership of the family home and keeps prized family heirlooms are all important factors that must be decided upon. When couples are not able to come to agreeable terms on these types of issues a judge typically makes the decisions for them. When children are involved in a marriage not only must emotionally charged custody matters be decided upon, but also financial considerations such as child support and often spousal support or alimony.

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Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C. has provided skilled and compassionate legal guidance to Michiganders in family law matters for over 20 years.

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