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Divorce & Family Law

How is an hourly rate determined

Hiring an attorney is overwhelming and stressful for a variety of reasons, whether it be the reason for needing legal services or just the cost of legal services. Most people, if asked, would likely anticipate hiring a lawyer to be...
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Attorney Review DIY Issue Part 4: Mistakes

DIY Issues Part 4 – Not having an Attorney Review of your Settlement or Judgment Another situation where you can get yourself into trouble on your own is by not having an attorney review any proposed settlement or judgment prior...
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When the judgment doesn’t meet the goals DIY Fixes Part 3

DIY Fixes Part 3 – Judgment Language Issues When entering into any contract, settlement, or other agreement, it is important that people understand what they are agreeing to and fully comprehend the legal consequences of the agreement. As attorneys experienced...
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Alimony Concerns for Stay at Home Parents

Stay-at-home parenting is becoming rarer by the day. Bureau of Labor statistics show that, “In 1967, 49 percent of mothers were stay-at-home mothers. That proportion steadily dropped through the decades until 1999, when only 23 percent of moms stayed at...
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After Divorce: College Funding Responsibility

Who’s responsible for college funding post divorce? Although child support payments typically end when children turn 18, divorcing couples often agree to college funding as part of their settlement.  There are many considerations to discuss with your family law attorney...
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Mid-Michigan Divorce Lawyer

Kathryn Wayne-Spindler now representing new Divorce clients in four Mid-Michigan counties Mid-Michigan Divorce Lawyer has more than two decades of Michigan divorce experience Experienced Michigan Divorce Lawyer Kathryn Wayne-Spindler has added new counties to her practice area. She is now...
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