Unfortunately, the holidays can be a very stressful time for many people in Michigan. This is especially true for recently divorced couples, who may be at odds regarding scheduling and other issues. There are steps you can take to mitigate conflict however, as explained by VeryWellMind.com.
You may be relieved to start receiving child support, but you might also be confused. Can you spend the money on anything you want? Is your ex allowed to tell you how to spend the money, or can he or she demand receipts? Will the courts step in? Like other Michigan residents who receive child support, you have important questions.
With the winter holiday season around the corner, people who have gone through divorce need to take time to plan what's going to happen. There are many things that you have to think about as you go through the "year of firsts" that attend the end of a marriage.
For many people, family law issues are tough. From child support modification to filing a divorce petition and fighting over child custody, legal issues which involve former spouses and family members can be emotionally draining and may impact a person’s future in various ways. For some people, such as those who have never dealt with family law issues before (or even been to court, for that matter), handling family law issues can be especially difficult.
No one goes into a marriage in Clinton Township expecting that it is ever going to end. Statistics, however, seem to undermine the confidence of those who scoff at the potential of ever getting a divorce. Information shared by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services shows that as recently as 2016, 28,916 couples sought divorce in the state. Yet even when faced with such statistics, many approaching marriage do not even want to consider a prenuptial agreement. Avoiding creating such an agreement can be damaging, especially for small business owners.