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Michigan Parenting Time and the Children

The following material is intended to answer some of your questions about general Michigan parenting time. It is not intended to answer specific questions about your particular case, since each case is different.  To have your particular questions answered about Michigan parenting time please call, 734.927.9782, the Michigan Parenting Time attorneys at Stelmock Law Firm, [..]

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Wayne County Circuit Court Case Look Up

  Wayne County Circuit Court Case Look Up?   Have you ever wondered how to look up a case in Wayne County Circuit Court via the internet? Follow these simple steps to look up any case or information about a case online.   If you type or copy and paste https://cmspublic.3rdcc.org, you will be directed to the [..]

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Sara Moore

Stelmock Law Firm, PC is pleased to announce the hiring of attorney Sara Moore. Sara Moore first graduated from the University of Michigan in 2004 with distinction, earning her B.A. in Communication Studies. Then, she graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 2008. After earning her J.D., Sara Moore worked for over three [..]

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Michigan Attorney Fees and Divorce

Michigan Attorney fees, how much will my family law matter cost?  This is not an easy question to answer as your Michigan attorney fees will depend upon how much time must be spent on your case. At the outset of your family law matter, it is impossible to estimate how much time we will spend [..]

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Michigan Marital Property

The parties usually arrive at a settlement of all their Michigan marital property rights after negotiation or after mediation. If settlement is not reached, the matter will be decided by the court after a trial or via arbitration. Again, you must be absolutely sure that you understand and accept the Michigan marital property settlement as [..]

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Michigan Parenting Time

Michigan Parenting Time, what factors are considered when determining parenting time?  Since no two parents or children are alike there are many variables for the Court to consider.  The good news is that Michigan Parenting Time statues and Michigan Parenting Time case law provide some guidance as to how the court will determine your Michigan parenting [..]

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Michigan Child Custody

Michigan Child Custody is usually the most emotional and traumatic part of divorce cases. There is Michigan legal custody, i.e., the decision-making part of raising the child; and physical custody, i.e., who physically raises the child. There is also sole custody or joint custody under each of these headings. The basis for determining Michigan child [..]

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Child Support

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Attorney, GAL, Parenting Coordinator & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC Michigan child support is money paid by a non-custodial parent to the custodial parent for the support of a minor child. In determining the amount of child support, Michigan has adopted a Statewide Child Support Guideline. Child support is modifiable [..]

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Michigan Spousal Support

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Attorney, GAL, Parenting Coordinator & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC Michigan spousal support, also called alimony, is a sum of money usually paid by one spouse to another spouse for the support and maintenance of the spouse.  There are 11 relevant factors to be considered by the Court in determining [..]

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JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Attorney, GAL, Parenting Coordinator & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE The parties usually arrive at a settlement of all their property rights after negotiation or after mediation. If settlement is not reached, the matter will be decided by the court after a trial. You must be absolutely [..]

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