Michigan Divorce Lawyer
Quick, effective Solutions: (248) 467-8208
When your spouse has served you with
divorce papers or you have decided to initiate divorce proceedings, it can be
an overwhelming feeling. Even if both parties agree amicably to end the
marriage, there are still a lot of decisions to be made before the divorce
can be finalized, including what happens to your children and your shared
assets. In order to protect your rights and long-term interests, work
with an experienced Michigan divorce lawyer at The Badalucco Firm.
At our Michigan
divorce law firm, we are:
- Backed by over a decade of courtroom experience
- Known for understanding, compassionate counsel
- Dedicated to giving our clients a voice
- Available after hours & on weekends
We understand that divorce is never easy. Our
family law team is dedicated to helping you get through the divorce process as smoothly
and quickly as we can. You can trust us to take the time to go over all
of your paperwork and work diligently to find effective, practical solutions
to all of your disputes. Our goal is to help you reach your desired outcome
and avoid a lengthy court battle whenever possible.
Call (248) 467-8208 or
email us today to schedule your free 30-minute consultation.
Counsel for Every Divorce Matter
What is happening in your divorce that is causing you the most stress?
Sometimes all you need to do to find peace of mind is telling someone.
Sometimes you need to go a step further and retain responsive and reliable
legal support from a professional Michigan divorce attorney. No matter
what is troubling you, we are there to provide solutions that are personally-tailored
to your case. After all, there is nothing about your divorce that is not
unique, so why shouldn’t your case be the same?
Asset and property division: Marital property in Michigan will be divided equitably, not equally. If
you do not represent yourself with an attorney, your ex-spouse could leave
the marriage with far more than you consider to be fair or reasonable.
Child custody: How your children are raised and where they get to live will not become
less important to you after your divorce. Be sure your best interests
and theirs are upheld by approaching the situation with a lawyer’s aid.
Child support: Did you win primary custody over your children in the divorce? You may
be entitled to child support payments from your ex-spouse, regardless
of how much income you or they make.
Contested divorce: Seeing eye-to-eye with your spouse is difficult as you go through a divorce.
If there are major unresolved issues, your divorce is considered contested
and could take longer to finalize.
Domestic violence: Claiming that domestic violence is your grounds for divorce can be a heavy
influencer upon the judge during divorce, tipping property division and
custody matters in favor of the alleged victim.
Uncontested divorce: No one said it would be impossible to agree with someone you wanted to
divorce. Uncontested divorces occur when both spouses have no qualms over
the major aspects of their divorce.
High-net worth divorce: Make certain the full extent of your estate is properly catalogued and
evaluated before your high-net worth divorce begins. Our team often utilizes
forensic accountants and other experts to accurately determine the true
value of your property, heirlooms, business, and more.
Modifications: Nothing about your divorce is absolutely set in stone. If a support or
custody agreement is no longer suitable for you to live comfortably, our
team can help you with modifying court orders.
Parenting time: Sometimes called visitation, parenting time determines when you can visit
your children if you did not win primary physical custody rights. With
our firm’s help, we can set up an agreement that benefits you, your
ex-spouse, and, of course, your children.
Spousal support: Everyone needs a little help sometimes, even ex-spouses. Spousal support
– or maintenance or alimony – provides monthly payments to
whichever spouse has a lesser individual income after a divorce.
Schedule Your FREE 30-Min Evaluation
At The Badalucco Firm, we always make sure that our clients understand
their rights and what they can expect during the divorce process. We want
to help each and every one of our clients make informed decisions on important
issues that can affect them for the rest of their lives. You can count
on us to handle our cases with the utmost discretion and professionalism,
no matter what the specific circumstances. We offer after hours and weekend
appointments to discuss your legal options. We can handle divorces in
Oakland County and all across Michigan.