Divorce in Michigan | Attorney Divorce Michigan
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NOTE: This page and its contents is not intended to be, nor should it be, used as a substitute for
independent legal counsel. It is for general informational purposes only. Consult with an attorney for an evaluation of how these issues
impact your personal situation.
Whether you are think your Michigan divorce will be simple, or a bitter fight, having a good Michigan divorce lawyer
will be a major help to you.
For contested divorce cases, it takes strong negotiation skills, trial skills and the willingness to "get it done" in order to achieve a fair result.
For uncontested divorce cases, it takes careful handling to ensure the situation doesn't turn into a contest. In all divorce and child custody situations,
the most important thing for an attorney to do for a client is make sure that all the bases are covered so that everyone can move on with their lives.
One of the most difficult aspects of going through any legal case is wondering what will happen to you and your family. In this site, you will find
articles about Divorce in Michigan - Filing Divorce Papers, Ways to Decrease Divorce Costs, and more. Please browse through our pages so that you can be
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If you have a Michigan divorce, child custody or family law case, including one of the following, contact us.
- No Contest Divorce
- Child Custody
- Parenting Time Disputes
- Post-judgment Modification
- Child Support
- Temporary Orders
- Property Settlements
- Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreements
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Child Custody in Michigan: An Overview
What are the different types of child custody? Click here to learn more.