Effective January 1, 2016, Colorado adopted its new spousal support maintenance formula. It follows the path of states like Maine, Oklahoma, Texas, and New Jersey in adopting a formula similar to child support to achieve uniformity, providing judges with a guideline to follow when awarding spousal support.
When a spouse is discovered cheating or having an affair, it can lead to many things from resentment to arguments and even ultimately divorce for the married couple. Although Michigan is considered a no-fault divorce state, when there is adultery in the marriage, fault may still play a role.
What happens when someone falls far behind on paying child support or spousal support?
A recent divorce case highlights the need for caution when it comes to a social media presence. In Michigan and beyond, husbands and wives who are contemplating divorce should be evaluating the messages they are sending to the online world.