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Can I force my ex-spouse to obey the divorce decree?

After all your assets and debts have been divided fairly between you and your ex-spouse, and a Michigan judge has issued your final divorce decree, it should be time to start over and move on. But what if you get a bill that your ex was supposed to pay, but did not? What if your spousal support check never comes in the mail? This could be contempt of court, and according to MichiganLegalHelp.org, you have options.

Separate property: What it is and how to keep it

Assets in Michigan come in all shapes and sizes, and while it is important to be open and honest about your finances with your spouse, that does not mean you have to put everything into a shared account. However, if you do not take the proper measures, you could still be converting your personal property into a marital asset. We at The Law Office of Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C., have often provided advice and assistance to people who do not want to commingle their assets with their spouse’s.

Special considerations for child custody cases

Child custody cases come in all shapes and sizes. Trying to find ways to make plans for your case can be rather difficult. You can't base your decisions on what worked for someone else. You have to find the solutions that take the best interests of your child into account.

Studies reveal factors that often lead to divorce

The decision to divorce can be the result of an epiphany or a months-long deliberation process. Whether it is one or the other for a couple in Michigan may depend on the reason behind the split. According to Huffington Post, one overarching theme when addressing the main reasons couples divorce is the inability to communicate effectively. This could be in regard to money, unmet expectations or other common sources of conflict.

What do your tax schedules say about your marital property?

Regardless of how your spouse is trying to hide assets during your Michigan divorce, it is absolutely essential that you uncover them so that the distribution of your marital property is truly fair. One way to find them, according to Forbes magazine, is by examining your joint tax returns.

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