A charter township that includes the village of Milford, Milford Township covers an area of slightly over 35 square miles, and contains a population of 15,736, according to the latest figures available from the United States census in 2010. Though Milford Township is located just 18 miles from Pontiac and 30 miles of Ann Arbor, the town is known for its relaxing and peaceful country setting. Located near three major highways that allow you to have easy access to wherever you want to go quickly and easily, Milford Township is host to a number of yearly events that celebrate both its culture and its heritage.
Though Milford Township is a picturesque community that has a great deal to offer, it, like so many other communities in this area of Michigan, has been hard hit by the recession and the shuttering of so many automobile plants. Indeed, the industry that was once so relied upon by Americans and that, in large part, fueled the country's growth as an industrialized nation, seems to have essentially ground to a halt. This has put a great deal of pressure on the 5,470 households that live in Milford Township. This pressure is particularly great on those households that contain married couples (65%) and those with children (40%).
This pressure quite often results in marriages becoming more and more unhappy, with quite a few of them ending in divorce. This occurrence raises a great deal of questions in terms of spousal support, child custody and child support. While some couples who are divorcing quite readily agree on these matters, in many more cases of divorce, these particular issues are almost continuous sources of contention and resentment between the unhappy couple.
It is during this tumultuous period of time that you can benefit from a lawyer who practices family law. Not only is this type of lawyer the one to turn to for representation in matters such as these, they are also a source of information and guidance on the intricacies in the area of family law as it pertains to Michigan. In addition, an attorney who practices family law can often offer you the resources you, and your family need in order to cope.
The lawyer you hire will be able to help you wade through the often tricky aspects of divorce. In addition to those that are centered around children. Some of these services include:
Spousal Support: This is typically often tied to the number of years that the couple has been married.
Annulment: This step of dissolving a marriage is only available in a limited number of cases.
Prenuptials: Often signed as a way to protect particular assets established prior to the marriage, prenuptial agreements can raise a variety of different scenarios that need to be navigated carefully.
Property Division: The division of the property acquired during a marriage is often a source of disagreement.
Paternity: Often directly related to child support, your attorney can help with resources for establishing paternity.
Milford Township Family Law services are available. Contact Jannelle Zawadieh today.
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