You Have Choices
While each divorce begins with a Complaint for Divorce and ends with a Judgment of Divorce, today you and your spouse can choose how you come to an agreement through different process options, including some options that were not previously available. Michigan allows for collaborative divorce, summary divorce, divorce agreements reached through mediation, agreements reached through arbitration, or a traditional divorce process.
When the parties are in agreement, the summary divorce process can provide an efficient, economical and cooperative path to divorce.
Our Empowered Divorce Source attorneys are not only trained in all styles of the divorce process, they are also leaders in the field. Call our office to learn more about how we can help you decide which process is best for you. Over the past few decades, we have successfully represented thousands of clients through the divorce process. It is through this history of experience that we feel confident in saying that no two divorces are the same. Each divorce presents its own unique personal and financial circumstances. Our attorneys are skilled at developing creative and flexible solutions to empower you to build the better life that you envision.
It is not uncommon to think of a divorce as overwhelming. After child-related issues, making sure each party receives an equitable share of the marital estate can be one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce.