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Hiding Marital Assets in Divorce

One of the key issues in every divorce is dividing the assets. Behind only the custody and visitation of the children, how the money is divided is often the most pressing concern for most divorcing couples. Asset division is a common part of the divorce process in which each spouse is required to disclose all assets, income and debts to the court.

Who gets the dog? Divorcing couples battle over the family pet.

As Americans, we love our dogs (and cats, of course). Many married couples opt for a pet rather than having children because they're cheaper and less demanding. Further, many couples see no difference between the affection for their pets and the love parents have for their children.

Can a Michigan court force me to file a joint tax return?

tax return.jpgMost divorces involve the division of many assets and liabilities, making them complicated legal undertakings. When you mix in painful emotions - perhaps anger, resentment or distrust - it can be extremely difficult for divorcing spouses to find common ground and agree on the division of assets.

Divorce Settlement for Former Michigan State Basketball Star

Divorce may never be an easy process but adding criminal proceedings to the mix can complicate things even more. Charlie Bell, a former Michigan State University basketball player who went on to play professionally, is finally divorced from his former wife, Kenya. Unfortunately, his ex-wife's plea of guilty to attacking him with a box cutter is not preventing him from paying out a large sum in the divorce settlement.

Famous or Not, Divorce Requires Decisions on Property Division

Rich or poor, young or old, ending a marriage can be a stressful time for any person. And there are certain unavoidable decisions that Michigan couples need to make while they are in the process of a divorce that can affect them for the rest of their lives.


One of the largest assets in most divorce cases is the retirement accounts held by the parties. Not all retirement plans are the same and it is important for an attorney to understand what types of retirement plans a QDRO can (and cannot) divide.

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