Michigan Compiled Laws Section 552.23 provides that a Michigan court can order spousal support if the estate and effects awarded to either party are insufficient for his/her support.
The purpose of alimony in Michigan is to balance the unfair economic effects of a divorce. Simply put alimony (which is the same as spousal support) is paid by one party to financially support a spouse after divorce if the property award is insufficient to support either party. This video webinar examines alimony in Michigan[…]
Alimony guidelines in Michigan The purpose of alimony under Michigan divorce law is to provide financial support to a former spouse after divorce. Traditionally, alimony was paid by a husband to a wife however it is now not uncommon for a wife to pay her husband alimony. While some divorce attorneys and divorce client’s argue[…]