Michigan Divorce Law Firm​

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Asset Division - 401k & Divorce
Inheritance & Divorce - Assets Owned Before Marriage



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Michigan Contested Divorce in 3 Simple Steps

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We prepare, draft & file your divorce with the Michigan court

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Achieving excellent results for our clients since 2000

If your marital issues are keeping you and your spouse from coming to terms on a divorce agreement, the experienced of our contested divorce attorneys can help you. We can provide skilled legal counsel that protects your interests while working to find as smooth a path as possible to your goals.

We Handle Your Divorce From Start To Finish 
No Fault Divorce

Michigan is a no fault divorce state, which means that an individual can file for divorce without proving their partner acted in a harmful or disparaging manner. If a Michigan court determines that one party is at fault for the breakdown of the marriage, then the “innocent” party may be awarded alarger share in the property settlement (up to 10% more) or have an
advantage in any custody and parenting time dispute.

Request For Divorce
Michigan Waiting Period

There is a waiting period of 60 days for cases without
children and 180 days for cases with children. The intent of the waiting period is to give both parties time to “cooloff” and enter the divorce proceedings in a clear state of mind.

Where to File
Divorce documents are filed at the Circuit Court for the county in which you or your spouse presently live.

Michigan Divorce Court
Every divorce case must appear before a judge. If a trial is involved, there will be more frequent court appearances. The parties must be
available and present for all court dates.

We Handle

Child Custody

& Child

Let us help You Keeping Your MichiganDivorce Lawyer’s Fees and Michigan Divorce Costs Down
Our lawyers family law practice areas:

Michigan Divorce
Child Custody
Child Support

Division of Marital Assets
Equitable Distribution of Businesses
and Professional Practices
Retirement, Pensions, and
Investment Accounts in Divorce
High-Asset Divorce
Relocation of Minor Children
Modifications and Enforcement

What's the easiest way to get a divorce in Michigan?
Uncontested Divorce

This means you are in agreement over child custody, support, visitation, property and other issues. Uncontested cases are fast and affordable! It is generally the easiest way to get a quick and cheap divorce in Michigan.
Contested Divorce
A contested divorce means you and your spouse have issues or disagreement over child custody, support, visitation, property divison. It requires discovery like written questions, depositions, mediation and sometimes a trial.  We are committed to handling issues relating to high-conflict custody, relocation and removal, spousal support, complex business valuation and property division, and divorce cases other firms may not have experience with.