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Do both spouses have to file for bankruptcy?

Many Michigan residents have started their lives afresh after filing for bankruptcy, and you may be considering joining their ranks, or maybe your spouse is. Whichever scenario you are in, you could be wondering, "Do both spouses have to file?" The answer is no,...

Is drug court an option for you?

If you are currently grappling with a drug addiction, it may be wreaking havoc on your life. Addiction can make people act in ways they typically never would, and in some cases, it can lead people to commit crimes, even if they are typically law-abiding citizens. If...

“Swatting” prank leads to death, and is not a game

As a gamer, you understand how easy it can be to get caught up in the excitement of the game and sometimes forget that there are real people on the other end of your screen. If something goes wrong during your game, if someone makes a rude comment or if you and your...

How to avoid credit card debt this holiday season

Credit card debt is an extremely scary topic for many Americans and for good reason. Americans have recently hit a milestone and now carry more debt than any other time in the country's history. The total debt has now exceeded $1 trillion.  Many people...

3 Halloween co-parenting tips

October is here, which means it is almost time for Halloween. If you recently divorced and have a parenting plan, you might be wondering how to handle this holiday. Holidays come with unique challenges for divorced parents. Who will take the kids trick or...

The consequences of missing different monthly payments

All your bills are flowing in and you are wondering if you are going to be able to afford them. You might be thinking of skipping a payment or two, but which ones? Skipping a monthly payment has consequences, but each one is unique. Missing a cell phone bill is much...

How much say do children get in a divorce?

A big part of divorce involves deciding how custody of children gets split between the two parents. In 2015 alone, there were 29,748 divorces filed in the state of Michigan. Many of those had children involved, and as a result, they were a lot more...