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Oilman to pay one of the largest divorce settlements ever

No two divorces are the same. Every couple who is splitting up in the Clinton Township area, or anywhere else, will have different issues to deal with that will be unique to their divorce, including the amount of money and assets that need to be divided. This aspect of divorce can get very complicated as well as extremely combative, especially when divorce settlements involve high assets.

The many aspects of dividing a business in divorce

There’s no question that divorce has a huge impact on almost anyone that goes through it, including the divorcing couple, their children, and their other loved ones and close friends. At the Law Office of Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C., we understand that almost every aspect of a couple’s life together will be impacted by divorce, including any businesses that they own together. In fact, dividing a business when a couple in the Clinton Township area splits up can be one of the most difficult parts of a divorce.

How does the divorce process work?

What do you think of when hear the word divorce? Do images of fighting and bickering in a courtroom, like you often see on TV programs, come to mind? Maybe a close friend or a loved has gone through divorce and his or her experience is what you think of in regards to divorce. The fact is no two divorces are exactly alike, and not all divorce cases go to trial.

Billionaire divorce battle continues to heat up

Does it seem that just about every divorce gets ugly? With so many emotions running high and plenty of heated issues that have to be resolved, it seems that divorce has rightfully earned its reputation of being somewhat like war. Almost no divorce in Clinton Township is easy, but when a split-up involves billions of dollars in money and property, the situation typically gets even more ugly than usual.

Lorrie J. Zahodnic

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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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