No one wants to bring up financial matters with family members. Money can be a difficult and uncomfortable conversation to have, but when it comes to child support matters, the discussion may be necessary. Child support enforcement is a problem in Michigan and throughout the country. Many parents simply are not meeting their support obligations.
Family law is a very critical area of the law because it deals with many personal and emotional issues. Families are at the center of the lives of many Michigan residents, and that is why it is so important that people understand the laws and how they apply to them.
Nothing elicits more emotion from parents than a custody battle. When faced with the prospect of losing custody or visitation time with a child, parents can react with heated and rash decisions. Unfortunately, one woman from Kalamazoo, Michigan recently let her emotions get the best of her.
The differences between women and men play out in all aspects of life, but they may be most detrimental when it comes to how women approach divorce. There are a number of ways that Michigan women can protect themselves when it comes to the end of their marriage.
Disputes over child custody can be quite emotional and difficult for all parties involved. Parents may feel like they have everything to lose when it comes to custody of their children. When parents cannot come to a custody agreement on their own, a judge might need to make the important decisions. But the situation can be complicated even further when one parent is deployed on military duty and is unable to make scheduled court appearances.