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Tips for handling co-parenting in the early days

One of the most important things for co-parents to remember is that your child's best interests must remain at the heart of every decision that you make. This isn't always easy, especially if you and your ex don't agree on what's best. Several things might help ensure that you aren't falling into the habit of placing other factors above your child's needs.

Divorce filings tend to rise in January

Divorce can be an emotional, personal and financial decision, regardless of the time of year. Michigan couples who are thinking about divorce might not believe that the time of year has a significant effect on finally deciding to move on from an unhappy marriage, but research suggests otherwise. Regardless of the month or season, preparing for the inevitable challenges that accompany divorce can be critical to a case. Understanding the factors that will be part of a divorce and any other family law issue can be difficult.

When can I stop paying spousal support?

Spousal support is one of the ways that two formerly married Michigan residents may remain connected after their divorce is finalized. It involves the payment of money from one party to the other for the recipient's use and maintenance. Whether spousal support, sometimes called alimony, is created by agreement or order, it is generally paid on a schedule and paying parties may be subject to sanctions, if they fall behind.

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