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The effects of divorce on child-parent relationships

When a couple with children in the Clinton Township area decides to divorce there are no doubt a lot of factors they have to weigh. The most important of which is typically how will their divorce affect their children? Divorce can affect children at any age, but divorce can be especially difficult for younger children.

How does adoption work for same-sex couples in Michigan?

At The Law Office of Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C. we understand that not all families are the same. While the traditional family may still exist of a father, a mother and children, there are many other family units that also exist today, including gay and lesbian couples with children. These couples, like heterosexual couples, sometimes seek to adopt children. So how do Michigan adoption laws apply to these couples?

The differences between marital and separate property in divorce

When a couple in the Clinton Township area decides to end their marriage that means that inevitably they will have to determine how to divide their assets and property. Unfortunately this task can be very difficult and often it turns very contentious.

Singer Neil Young calling it quits on his long-time marriage

Although no one ever plans on one day getting a divorce when they marry, the fact is no one is immune to that possibility. With nearly half of all marriages ending in divorce, even those marriages that have lasted for many years are still susceptible to the possibility of ending prematurely. All divorces are different, but when they involve high assets and a lot of wealth they can become even more complicated.

Child custody in Michigan: What options do you have?

When it comes to child custody in Clinton Township, whether you are getting a divorce or you are not married to the other parent, child custody issues can be some of the most difficult decisions you will have to make. Not only do you have to consider your own feelings, but you should also consider your children’s feelings and try to keep their best interests in mind.

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