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What should you know about post-divorce modifications?

Terms of divorce are not perfect, unfortunately. Even after the finalization of a divorce, situations or circumstances might come up that force a split couple to require modifications on those divorce terms. These necessary changes may also require some amount of additional help, depending on exactly what needs to be accomplished.

What is the difference between marital and non-marital property?

As an equitable distribution state, Michigan divides marital property based on what is fair. A judge typically allocates property based on factors such as a spouse’s earning capacity and contributions toward the couple’s assets. According to state law, non-marital property is not subject to division.

What steps can you take to protect your business from divorce?

Divorce can be ugly and tumultuous and perhaps these kinds of divorce cases occur in marriages where businesses are involved more than in any other kind of divorce. When a Clinton Township couple shares a business, dividing it can be a huge chore, as both parties want to receive their fair share of the settlement. Separating a business can play out in a lot of different ways when you decide to divorce.

Kids’ well-being after divorce depends greatly on both parents

When a couple with children in Clinton Township decides to end their marriage they obviously have a lot of important issues to take care of. Not the least of which is what will happen with their children, including whom will they live with and how much money will be needed for child support. However, sometimes parents forget that when it comes to their children’s well-being, what matters most is having time and input from both parents.

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