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File for Divorce in Michigan Without Children

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ISBN-10: 1572486309

ISBN-13: 9781572486300

Edition: 2008

Authors: Edward A. Haman

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File for Divorce in Michigan has been made even easier to use with this streamlined version for couples with no child-related issues to be concerned with. Still written in straightforward language with everything you need to successfully handle your own divorce in Michigan, File for Divorce in Michigan without Children is the better alternative for those without children seeking divorce.
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Edward A. Haman earned his Bachelor's Degree from Western Michigan University and his law degree from the University of Toledo. Haman has served as a Michigan Circuit Court domestic relations hearing officer and has practiced law in Florida, Michigan, and Hawaii. Drawing on his knowledge of the law, Haman has authored close to two dozen self-help law books, including How to Write Your Own Living Will, How to File Your Own Divorce, and The Power of Attorney Handbook. In his book The Complete Guide to Filing Your Own Bankruptcy, Haman simplifies and thoroughly explains everything you need to know to prepare for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Marriage Ins and Outs
Legal Separation
Wanting a Divorce
Alternatives to Divorce
The Legal System
Theory versus Reality
Divorce Law and Procedure
Legal Research
Wanting a Lawyer
Selecting a Lawyer
Evaluating a Lawyer
Working with a Lawyer
Evaluating Your Situation
Your Spouse
Gathering Information
Property and Debts
Child Custody and Visitation
Child Support
Spousal Support
Which Procedure to Use
General Procedures
An Introduction to Legal Forms
Filing with the Court Clerk
Notifying Your Spouse
The Friend of the Court
Setting a Court Hearing
Courtroom Manners
Consent Divorce
Complaint for Divorce
Verified Statement
Marital Settlement Agreement
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act Affidavit
Answer and Waiver
Judgment of Divorce
Record of Divorce or Annulment
Income Withholding
Uncontested Divorce
Complaint for Divorce
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act Affidavit
Verified Statement
Default, Application, Entry, Affidavit
Request for Certificate of Military Service Status
Obtaining Information
Withdrawing an Answer
If You Reach a Settlement
Notice of Hearing
Judgment of Divorce
Contested Divorce
Obtaining Information
Property and Debts
Child Custody and Visitation
Child Support
Spousal Support
If You Reach a Settlement
The Court Hearing
The Hearing
When You Cannot Find Your Spouse
The Diligent Search
Preparing and Filing Court Papers
Temporary Support, Custody, and Visitation Orders
Types of Forms
Temporary Custody
Temporary Child Support
Temporary Parenting Time (Visitation)
Temporary Spousal Support (Alimony)
Ex Parte Orders
Entering Orders
Special Circumstances
When You Cannot Afford Court Costs
Protecting Yourself and Your Children
Protecting Your Property
Pension Plans
Defending Yourself
Michigan Statutes and Court Rules
Michigan Child Support Guidelines