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Important Estate Planning Terms to Know

Having a comprehensive estate plan allows you to put your estate, assets, financial, and end-of-life plan in order and achieve peace of mind.

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Finding Hidden Income and Assets

The painful process of divorce brings up many questions that you probably never imagined you’d have to consider. The life you and your ex-spouse had together is behind you, and now you must focus on your future and your finances after the divorce.

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Things to Consider Before You Start Your Estate Plan

If you are reading this, chances are you are considering creating an estate plan. However, everyone’s circumstances are different, which is why what works for one person may not work for another. So, how do you create a plan that perfectly matches your needs and goals?

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Family Law FAQs

For any changes regarding your family, such as filing for divorce, establishing or modifying a child custody or child support agreement, or writing up pre- and post-nuptial agreements, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to work with a professional.

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Divorce vs. Annulment vs. Legal Separation

Divorce, legal separation, and annulment are options available to you to dissolve your marriage legally in Michigan. A divorce is a legal way to end a marriage, while a court decree of legal separation allows the spouses to live separate or apart while staying legally married.

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Divorcing Later in Life

Divorce is very common in Michigan, and it isn't only limited to younger couples. Just like young couples, seniors and older adults also file for divorce—silver, gray, or late-life divorce.

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Will Cheating Affect My Divorce Case?

Adultery plays a significant role in the breakdown of a large percentage of marriages in the United States. When a spouse finds out that their spouse has cheated on them, they are more likely to file for divorce. But can the unfaithfulness of one spouse affect the divorce case?

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Common Misconceptions About Divorce in Michigan

Any time you are going through a difficult transition in life, well-meaning family and friends are usually ready and willing to offer advice. Whether it is a health crisis, job issue, or divorce, the advice, solicited or not, will be abundant.

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