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Parenting Time: Frequency

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC Michigan parenting time statutes and case law recognize that when parents separate or divorce, their child(ren)’s best interests are served by continuation of the parent/child relationship. Michigan parenting time law establishes a presumption that it is in the best interests of a child(ren) [..]

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PARENTING TIME: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC As a Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Attorney we are commonly asked questions about parenting time.  The questions are from parents whom are not married, contemplating divorce, involved in divorce or post-divorce issues.  Some of the most frequently asked questions and the answers [..]

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Conservator: Michigan Probate

  By: Robert J. Stelmock,  Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC A conservator may be appointed by a probate judge after a petition is filed in the probate court. The petition may be filed by anyone interested in the wellbeing of the adult or minor.  When the conservatorship petition is filed, a hearing [..]

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Alimony: Michigan Divorce Laws

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Alimony Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC Alimony: Michigan Divorce Laws Alimony, also known as Spousal Support, is a sum of money usually paid by one spouse to another spouse for the support and maintenance.   Alimony is awarded either by a Court Order or the parties may agree that [..]

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Divorce: Initial Meeting with a Divorce Lawyer

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Divorce Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC So you made the decision that it is time for a divorce in Michigan and now you have a meeting scheduled with a Michigan divorce lawyer.  You do not know what to expect at the initial meeting and are now afraid of [..]

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Michigan Divorce Mediation: Less stress and lower costs.

Michigan Divorce Mediator & Family Law Mediator Located in Canton, Michigan Michigan Divorce Mediation and Family Law MediationMichigan Divorce Mediation is a process used to help people reach agreements. In this process, a neutral, trained Divorce Mediator and Family Law mediator works with people to discuss all of the issues related to their family conflict, to explore possible options [..]

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Michigan Parenting Time Coordinator- Parenting Facilitator

Parenting Time Coordinator Located in Canton, Michigan What is a Michigan Parenting Time Coordinator? A Michigan Parenting Time Coordinator, also known as Parenting Facilitator, is a neutral person to whom parents can turn to when disputes arise on matters concerning the children.   In some Michigan divorce cases, even after the divorce decree is signed, high levels [..]

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Divorce Attorney: Michigan Child Support

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Divorce Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC I. Michigan Child Support Overview As a Divorce Attorney and Child Support Lawyer I am commonly asked about how  Michigan child support works.  In accordance with federal law, the Judge and the Friend of the Court (FOC) must use the Guideline in setting support [..]

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Divorce Lawyers Michigan: Robert J. Stelmock

  Divorce Lawyers Michigan: Robert J. Stelmock.  When consider Divorce Lawyers in Michigan make sure to choose a lawyer whose primary practice is divorce and family law and not one that dabbles in each.  Robert J. Stelmock is a Canton Divorce Lawyer that does not dabble in family law but whose practice is focused on [..]

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Divorce in Michigan Wayne County

By: Robert J. Stelmock, Divorce Attorney & Mediator at Stelmock Law Firm, PC Divorce In Michigan: Wayne County Circuit Court Family Division Divorce in Michigan: Wayne County, how do you get a divorce in Wayne County?  If one spouse wants a divorce in Michigan and they live in Wayne County they will obtain a divorce [..]

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