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What Do You Need To Know?
Do you really want to divorce your spouse in Michigan? The first thing you need to do is make sure this is the right decision for you. Filing for divorce in the circuit court is the first step in the divorce process in the state of Michigan. In order to get divorced in Michigan there is a residency requirement of 180 days and 10 days for the county where the divorce is being filed.
There Is A Waiting Period
If you're getting a divorce in Michigan, you'll need to know how the process works. You'll find answers to commonly asked questions in this website There is a waiting period of 60 days for cases without children and 180 days for cases with children.
Process to file for Divorce in Michigan
There are three basic procedural steps to get a divorce in Michigan court:
1- File complaint for divorce with Michigan divorce court (Circuit Court)
2- Serve your spouse of your filing for divorce (complaint) ,and file proof of service with court.
3- Attend your Michigan divorce hearing
Legal Grounds for Divorce in Michigan
Michigan is No Fault Divorce State : Only you have to show a breakdown of the marriage relationship to the extent that the objects of matrimony have been destroyed and there remains no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved
What about if my spouse lives in another state?
No problem. Michigan's "long-arm" statute gives effect to service of the divorce papers even when served out of state. The out of state spouse is simply given a bit more time to respond to the Summons and Complaint.
Is there a right to a jury trial in divorce in Michigan?
In Michigan, there is no right to a jury trial in domestic matters
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Initial consultations with our divorce lawyers are always free, friendly and informative. There are no high-pressure sales tactics, game or time limits because we believe in taking the necessary time to fully understand your case and to be sure we are the correct fit for your unique needs. Our family attorneys will be upfront with you about your case including all options available and all costs involved should you choose to proceed. If you want an honest advice of your case, call us at 313-982-0010 or use the contact form on the top left of this page to setup your free consultation.
24300 Southfield Road #210
Southfield, MI 48075
Our Experienced Michigan Divorce & Family Lawyers Can Help You!
Our divorce attorney are skilled problem solver and peacemaker who can guide you to workable agreements on property division and child custody that also protect your interests. But in the mean time, they will be prepared and ready to fight for you in court when there is no middle ground or the other party refuses to be or act reasonable.
Our attorneys have over 25 years of combined experience and they are well-known and respected by Michigan courts and judges which can help get the results you need. We are a highly experienced Michigan divorce attorney firm offering flat fee, unbundled services for uncontested matters.
Your spouse does not have to prove you caused your marriage to fail.
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What is an uncontested divorce?
If you and your spouse have decided to obtain a divorce, what is the easiest, cheapest and quickest way of achieving this?Most people will aim for an uncontested divorce to achieve these objectives. Although uncontested divorces are relatively "simple" than contested divorces in Michigan, an experienced divorce and family law lawyer is still needed to work through the issues involved. We work with our clients, their spouses and their spouses' counsel to negotiate through important family law issues such as:
Child custody and visitation
Child support modification
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Working With Experts to Ensure Your Success
Going the extra mile for you
While fearless in court, we are dedicated to resolving your divorce & family case disputes through non-litigation means of negotiation such as mediation or arbitration when possible. These methods save time, money & the stress of litigation. If concerted efforts to negotiate fail and are not cost-effective, we may resolve to go to trial to solve your issues in front of divorce and family judge in the circuit court. We implement a streamlined approach to prepare you for trial or settlement if possible but we prepare every case as if we are going to court, so you are not caught off guard. In this method, if matters do not settle then we are prepared for aggressive action on your behalf in furtherance of your rights by strategically placing evidence before the trial court.