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June 2018 Archives

Financial situations often get worse as debtors delay bankruptcy

The time period during which a person is struggling with asset depletion and avoiding a bankruptcy filing is sometimes referred to as the sweatbox. It's an unpleasant situation for Michigan residents who have to deal with collection calls and making decisions regarding the finances of basic life necessities. A report called "Life in the Sweatbox," which was recently published in the Notre Dame Law Review, focused on the impacts of delaying filing for bankruptcy.

How disability can impact child support payments

Disability can change a Michigan family's life significantly, especially if a newly impaired parent's income was the basis for child support payments. Because disability can significantly affect a person's ability to work, it can often be accompanied by a sharp reduction in income. This can impact a parent's ability to meet their child support obligations.

Criminal reform may help victims of mistaken identity

Michigan residents may have heard about groups such as the California Innocence Project that aim to help those who have been wrongfully convicted. One man spent eight years in prison for a sex crime before DNA evidence exonerated him. He was convicted because a witness wrongfully pointed him out as the person who committed the act. In many cases, an individual will pick someone out of a lineup who looks vaguely familiar a person they believe committed an offense.

Female Breadwinners Can Creatively Manage Alimony Responsibility

Female breadwinners in Ann Arbor, Michigan are breaking the glass ceiling, achieving career success and earnings that outpace their male counterparts. As female breadwinners make great strides toward equality, many are coming to grips with the fact that they will be responsible for spousal support at the end of a marriage that may have failed.

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