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More Money, Fewer Problems: Study Shines Light on Income and Divorce

Divorce

Money problems are at the center of many divorces, particularly at low-income levels. A new study shines a light on income and divorce and how more money means fewer problems.   Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles Divorce, and the RAND Corporation found that divorce rates for low-income workers […]

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Help! My judge is biased…. What to do next

Divorce

Judges are human. They have bad days like the rest of us. They make mistakes like the rest of us.  Bias is a whole different ball game than just a bad ruling. A biased judge consistently rules in one spouse’s favor: no matter the motion, no matter the evidence.  If […]

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How to Catch a Cheating Spouse

Divorce

When spouses think about investigating their spouse, they often think about hiring a private investigator who will catch the cheating spouse, then the judge will rule in their favor, and they will get most of the assets. That’s not how divorce works.  Worse yet, cheating does not impact a divorce […]

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Do You Need a Motion for Temporary Relief?

Child Support

What is a Motion for Temporary Relief? While litigation, like a divorce or child custody dispute, is pending, Michigan Court Rules allow the judge to order temporary relief. There are limits to what the judge may order. For example, the judge may not order a final property division. Spouses or […]

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