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Custody & Relocation: What Happens When a Parent Has to Move


Breaking Down Michigan’s 100 Mile Rule for Parental Relocation The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.  Your employer goes out of business; you get a better employment offer far away. Your employer asks you to start working at a different branch. Or, your employment is very stable, […]

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Abuser Ordered to Pay Damages to Domestic Violence Victim

Domestic Violence

Can Victims Request Damages in Domestic Violence Cases? A Recent Michigan Court Decision Says Yes Julia and Craig Hamlin dated for three weeks, married, and after seven months’ of marriage, Julia filed for divorce from Craig after he pulled her around by her hair, punched and kicked, her, banged her […]

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Covid-19 Updates from Local Courts and Our Firm


We wanted to give you a general update what to expect regarding your case during the COVID-19 outbreak.  Rules have changed a few times and we expect that they will change again. Please call our staff to get the latest update when you are scheduled to attend a hearing or […]

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Unique Challenges in a Muslim Divorce


Divorce among Muslim couples is on the rise.  Studies show this and we have noticed this in our firm as well.  Regardless of your religious or cultural background, a divorce will be one of the more challenging periods in your life. For Muslim men and women, they are faced with […]

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