Making the decision to dissolve a marriage can be a daunting task, especially if the future of any children is a factor. Child custody can be one of the tougher aspects of divorce, and in some cases, may prove to be a highly contested topic. Fortunately, Michigan parents may be able to reduce the difficulty of the situation by focusing on what is important in a successful parenting plan prior to entering negotiations.
Through hard work and determination, you and your spouse have enjoyed a financially healthy marriage. Your children take part in a number of activities after school that cost a lot of time and money, but you are fortunate enough that you can afford it. Then it happened, your bread-winning spouse asked for a divorce. You may now be wondering how you will pay for all your child's extracurriculars on your now reduced income.