marital property

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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Advantages to Selling the Marital Home Before Divorce

Michigan Attorney Kathryn Wayne-Spindler recently participated in the Institute of Continuing Legal Education Family Law Seminar where Elizabeth K. Bransdorfer of Mika Meyes PLC in Grand Rapids presented the session, “Selling the Marital Home During the Divorce Case.” When divorcing,...
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Pets and Divorce: Dogs and Cats are Marital Assets

On behalf of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates, PC posted in Property Division on Thursday, October 2, 2014. People naturally get attached to their pets. This is why having to separate from a pet permanently following a divorce can leave an individual in Michigan feeling...
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Amicable Divorce Advice for a Friendly Split

On behalf of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates, PC posted in Property Division on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. When people hear the word divorce, they usually don’t imagine an amicable settlement. However, it is possible to collaborate with a soon-to-be-ex so that both parties can achieve...
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