“Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Taking the next step can seem frightening. We understand that. Many people struggle with the uncertainties of what life could be like during and after divorce.
Setting up a FREE consultation is quick and easy to do – and very important. There is no better time than now to sit down and talk with a qualified divorce, custody, and family law specialist to set goals and develop a plan. Proper divorce planning can play an important role in, not only the outcome of your case, but also how much your divorce case will cost and how stressful the divorce process will be.
We will answer all of your questions And you will walk away with an action plan for success.
This FREE consultation will take about an hour – – in our office, by phone or video chat.
Take action now to protect yourself and make better decisions.
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We can help. Calling our office might not always be convenient. Please ask your question through our website. Any information you provide will be kept confidential. Our free resources and library of articles can also help you immediately answer many of your Michigan divorce and family law questions.
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We want to help you make a decision that is right for you. You have options:
- Explore this website. The content on this website is MASSIVE. Try searching an issue by using the search window (Right upper corner of the website), explore recent articles on Michigan divorce, custody and family law, visit our blog which contains 100’s of articles, read testimonials, or visit our divorce forum to ask questions in a traditional message board.
- Call our office or message me. As attorneys and counselors we are uniquely qualified to answer Michigan divorce, custody and family law issues and the answers are free!
- Schedule a free confidential consultation. A consultation is a great first step to develop a plan and set goals. We will answer all of your questions. More importantly, you will leave empowered with an action plan for success. The consultation usually takes about an hour.
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Before you have the “talk” with your spouse
Before you have the “talk” (and even if you already had the talk), it is a good idea to sit down and talk with a qualified divorce, custody and family law specialist to develop an action plan and set goals. Proper divorce planning can play an important role in not only the outcome of your case, but also how much your divorce case will cost and how stressful the divorce process will be.
Should you move out of the house? Quit your job? Empty your bank accounts? Pay off your debt? or Buy that house? Many people struggle with questions relating to divorce. Part of the struggle is the uncertainty of what life may be like during and after divorce.
We can help. If calling is not convenient, you can ask a confidential question on this website or visit divorce forum where you can review prior Michigan divorce and family law questions and answers. There is a good chance you will find an answer to your question now.
If money is tight
Michigan law provides an opportunity for you to have your attorney fees paid by your spouse and we can help you determine if you qualify.
Considering representing yourself
You can divorce for less by representing yourself. We can help by preparing documents, negotiating on your behalf, drafting agreements and providing legal guidance without formally representing you. If litigation becomes necessary, we can represent you then. Most importantly, you stay firmly and completely in control while saving money. Representing yourself may not always be the best option. We can help you decide.
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By: Daniel Findling
The Divorce Guy, Michigan Divorce Attorneys and Specialists