Things may not have been good in the marriage for the last several weeks, months or even years. The two of you may have talked about getting a divorce or a legal separation and one of you may have even threatened to leave the...
by Stuart Scott | Nov 11, 2022
In cases where parents are divorced or not married and living separately, most parents are familiar with the idea of child support (i.e., one parent paying money to the other parent for the benefit of the children.) However,...Read More
by Stuart Scott | Nov 4, 2022
A common misperception in divorce cases has to do with what income is considered when determining child support. Some people believe it is the amount of their paycheck which is determinative. Others ask whether the value of...Read More
by Stuart Scott | Jul 8, 2022
The recent decision of Compher v. Whitfield from the Tennessee Court of Appeals is a prime example of how far child custody law in Tennessee has to go to catch up with today’s same-sex partner realities. In Compher, two...Read More
by Marlene Pontrelli | Jun 10, 2022
For weeks we were intrigued by the news and headlines of the court proceedings involving the defamation action by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard. We watched their lives behind closed doors as a married couple play...Read More
by Emily Rysberg | Apr 1, 2022
We all know that divorce is difficult. If you have ever traveled with young children, you also know that Spring Break can be difficult. Combine the two, and it can be a whirlwind of stress for a recently divorced parent....Read More
“But it’s legal in Michigan, so it can’t be used against me…right?” – Marijuana use in custody and parenting time matters.
by Kristyn Recchia | Mar 11, 2022
In case you live under a rock, marijuana is legal in Michigan for both medicinal and recreational use. However, a stigma remains around marijuana use and the user that continues to evolve. The long-existing public perception of...Read More