Are you going through a divorce in Michigan with children?
Are you unsure how divorce will legally affect your children?
Over the past few weeks, we have been looking at what happens when someone files for divorce in Michigan. Today, I will be continuing with that series and how children are affected legally.
Please remember that every divorce is distinctly different. The information that I am providing in these articles give a general overview about the divorce process in Michigan. They are not intended to replace legal counsel. If you have specific questions about your situation, please contact me.
We have covered a number of topics related to divorce in Michigan including:
- Alimony – Will your spouse be awarded alimony or spousal support?
- Dissolution of Marriage – How will divorce change your life?
- How to Start the Divorce Process – What’s it like to file for a divorce?
- Michigan Requirements for Getting a Divorce – What Michigan requires for you to qualify for divorce.
- Alternatives To Divorce In Michigan- If you are not quite ready for a divorce are there other options?
Divorce with Minor Children
Children add a special consideration when filing for a divorce. If you have decided that divorce is right for you, you might find it helpful to know how you, your spouse and your children will be affected legally.
I will be starting a part of this series that focuses on minor children. Over the next few weeks, I will be reviewing everything related to divorce and minor children which will include:
- Who will the child live with?
- What type of parenting time will you get?
- How and when to file a custody case.
- Information on child support.
- And much, much more.
Please make sure to come back on Wednesday for the next part of this series. As I mentioned earlier, every divorce is different and you may have specific questions. You do not have to go through a divorce alone. Please consider hiring the services of an attorney experienced attorney to help you with the legal puzzle of a divorce. Please call my office at:
248-348-7400 or 586-530-1000