According to the 2010 United States census, Rose Township had a population of 6,250 with nearly 1,800 families residing in the civil township. Covering a geographical area measuring roughly 36 square miles, Rose Township contains a small area of the village of Holly as well as two unincorporated communities. These communities are Rose Corners and Rose Center.
Divorce is often an unexpected occurrence to at least one member of the couple. If a family is involved when a couple divorces, issues frequently arise due to the children that are within the family. Even in the most peaceful of divorces, the services of a family lawyer are highly recommended in order to protect the interests of all involved.
When a couple is able to talk to each in a rational manner, it can be tempting to simply reach verbal agreements that sound like they meet the needs of everyone involved. The danger of these types of agreements is that they are often far from legally binding. In too many cases, in what started off as a friendly divorce often disintegrates into a huge battle when circumstances change the dynamics. For example, if your ex starts dating, he might find that he wants to have a more equitable balance of time with the children, contrary to the agreement you two previous had in place.
Indeed, without a legally binding agreement in place, your ex is not bound to follow the stipulations you two have previously agreed upon. Many couples have been unpleasantly surprised to discover that their ex unexpectedly decides that they no longer want to comply with a verbal agreement that seemed to work so well. Having the expertise and experience of an attorney that focuses on family law issues can reduce the heartache and stress associated with this type of occurrence.
In addition to child custody issues, child support is often another aspect of divorce that can be difficult to agree upon between the two of you. This is particularly true if you doubt the possibility of paternity with one, or more, of the children in the marriage. Property division is often a source of conflict as there are typically many items of property that are shared between the partners of a marriage. A skilled family law attorney can handle these issues in a manner that protects your interests.
Though less common, annulments are still awarded in Michigan. In most cases, fraud or inability to marry are the only situations that warrant such a step. Your attorney can help you decide if this is a choice that is worth pursuing.
A prenuptial agreement can be a worthy legal document to pursue before you get married. In it, you can have language written into the document that protects any assets that you bring into the marriage. Another issue that is often addressed in prenuptials is spousal support. While some couples agree that spousal support is not a possibility, other couples decide that such support is warranted after a certain time frame. Contact Attorney Jannelle Zawadieh today for a FREE consultation.
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