April 2017 Archives

After divorce, life changes could affect support payment ability

Though ending their marriage may be a necessary step for some individuals, this event can cause additional challenges in some cases. For instance, after the divorce, one parent may be required to pay child support to the custodial parent. Though the terms of such support are based on many factors, those factors could change over time. As a result, some Michigan residents may find themselves having a difficult time keeping up with payments.

Estate planning may help Michigan residents prep for future care

The idea of getting to a point in life in which a person can no longer take care of him or herself can be disheartening. However, many people, including those in Michigan, may face such a reality. Whether the situation arises due to an accident that causes severe physical or mental injuries, old age or serious illness, planning ahead for such an event may be wise. Luckily, individuals can utilize estate planning to address certain aspects of care.

Bakers and lawyers may both have roles in Michigan divorce cases

Using cake to mark a milestone in life is a tradition that many people take to heart. However, it may come as a surprise to some that many individuals are now using cake to mark a situation that is not always considered a high point: divorce. This use for the sweet treat is apparently being carried out by more than a few individuals, and some Michigan residents may find themselves considering a cake of their own.

Lack of communication may be divorce trigger in Michigan

Almost everyone has witnessed a married couple arguing or have been the conflicting couple themselves. Disagreements and fights are often considered a common factor in any relationship. However, some couples may appear to never raise their voices to one another or hardly argue at all. Though some Michigan residents may consider these individuals the perfect type of couple, silent couples could also be heading toward divorce.