Month: July 2017

Ensuring communication with your child as a long-distance parent

If you’re a long-distance parent following separation or divorce, you likely feel like you’re missing out on a lot. Maintaining regular communication can be challenging, even with so many options available. Even if your co-parent makes sure you can spend time with...

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Divorce when your spouse handled the finances

In many marriages, both people work together to handle the finances. But there are also many couples who essentially relegate that duty to one or the other. If your spouse was the one who handle all of your financial decisions and budgeting, and you are now going to...

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Your “five-finger discount” could be a felony 

When you think about shoplifting, petty theft comes to mind. Things like a teenager stealing a tube of lipstick or a child taking a candy bar are what most people envision. It might surprise you to learn that shoplifting is known as retail fraud in Michigan and it can...

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Key factors considered during a child custody case 

One of the most contentious issues in divorce proceedings is settling matters related to child custody. While property interests and issues of support can take up much of the procedure, the best interests of the child will generally be the top priority of all...

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