Strong Representation Through Your Divorce
Divorce falls within the exclusive division of the family division of the circuit court. Michigan has adopted a “no-fault” concept of divorce, which means that if one party wants a divorce, then both parties get a divorce. However, fault can play a part with regard to the division of property, parenting time and spousal support.
What You Should Know About Your Divorce
There are statutory waiting periods before a divorce can be finalized. A married couple with minor children must wait six months from the date it is filed before the divorce becomes final, although there are circumstances that would allow a court to grant a divorce sooner. If there are no minor children involved, then the statutory waiting period is 60 days.
No two divorces are the same, but all have some common elements. The initial pleadings required to file for a divorce include:
- Filing fee
- Verified statement (If child support or spousal support is requested)
Other aspects of a divorce may include:
- Ex parte orders
- Motions for temporary relief
- Business valuation/forensic accounting
There are two types of divorce judgments:
- Consent judgment
- Default judgment
Going through a divorce can be a very daunting process. As your attorney, I will explain the law, provide you with advice based on your particular situation and guide you through the process. Most divorce cases settle without ever going to trial. Attorney Delia A. Miller’s first priority is to resolve the issues and avoid a trial. However, if that is not possible, she will not hesitate to advocate aggressively in court on your behalf.
Begin Preparing For Your Divorce Today
Without an experienced lawyer to help you in your divorce, you may wind up with results that leave you with years of regret. Trust in the legal representation of an attorney who offers personalized attention, care and compassion to every client.