The holiday season is full of many happy moments but it can also be a very stressful time for families. The stress of the season may be one reason that some Michigan couples end up filing for divorce in January.
Legislation is a funny thing. Many bills pushed before state legislatures have good intentions but also unintended or unforeseen consequences. Sometimes these residual effects play a part in family law issues.
There are a number of reasons why someone might request a paternity test. A mother may be seeking child support from the father or a father may want to establish himself as a biological parent. The issues generally only affect unmarried parents, but new technology could play a big role in paternity disputes and other family law matters.
Carmen Moyer worked with Robert Schultz to help resolve a recent case involving his previous attorney's wrongdoing.
Divorce is undoubtedly an emotional process for many. And the intense emotions don't necessarily end once all the paperwork is signed and processed. Many ex-spouses continue to see each other on a regular basis because of a joint custody plan and these exchanges can oftentimes dredge up the sadness and anger from the divorce. This isn't good for the children involved either, who usually witness the exchange and the interaction between their parents as they drop-off and pick-up.