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How the Pandemic and Eviction Moratorium has Affected Landlords

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently extended the national moratorium on evictions to July 31, 2021. The moratorium halts residential evictions of covered persons for nonpayment of rent, and was set to expire on June 30. The… Read More
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What are the Updated Friend of the Court Michigan Parenting Time Guidelines?

The Michigan Supreme Court recently updated its Friend of the Court Bureau’s (FOCB) Michigan Parenting Time Guideline to aid parents in setting up parenting time schedules. The Guide is for families who don’t live together full-time, including th… Read More
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Categories: Family Law, Litigation

Does Michigan Offer Legal Separation?

Divorce is a tedious, emotional, and complex legal process. As a result, many couples tend to proceed with caution before filing a divorce petition. In some states, couples opt for a legal separation instead of a divorce. A legal separation is a proc… Read More
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How to File for a Divorce in Michigan

Many attorneys have recently reported an increase in calls from spouses interested in ending their relationships. Whether or not this uptick is due to the COVID-19 pandemic remains to be seen. Although divorce is common, the divorce process varies de… Read More
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