PROPERTY DIVISION AND THE EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF MARITAL ASSETS
Michigan follows the equitable division of property approach. This means no matter who is at fault in a divorce, the property and assets are divided fairly (equitable distribution), and the court tries to award each party 50% of the marital estate.At Mierendorf Law Offices, P.C., you can expect a detail-oriented and professional approach to marital property division, including investigation and evaluation of:
Investments such as stocks, bonds, and securities
Family-owned businesses and other business assets or interests
Pensions, individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and other retirement asset
Inheritance and trusts
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MAKING THE BEST OF A DIFFICULT TIME
If you are facing a divorce, some of the questions you will face in the days and weeks ahead will be among the most difficult you will ever have to answer. You may have to make important decisions about child custody and fight for a temporary order in court for a fair child visitation schedule.
Timing is very important in a divorce proceeding and the sooner you seek skilled advice, the better you can start making the right moves for the outcome you desire.
You may also need to make important financial decisions that can affect your life for years to come. If you are facing a divorce, or a complaint for divorce has already been initiated against you, seeking professional advice immediately is the best way to ensure that your assets and interests are protected.
DIVORCE MIGHT CLOUD YOUR JUDGMENT BUT NOT OURS
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