What if Your Situation is Unique?
Michigan laws account for non-traditional relationships.
Not every relationship or living arrangement fits the traditional description of family. The good news is, you still have rights. There are different agreements couples can enter into that will protect your children, your family, and your estate in the event your circumstances change.
What is a Cohabitation Agreement? A Cohabitation Agreement is a legal document that non-married parties will enter into during the course of their relationship. In some ways, a Cohabitation Agreement has similar qualities to a Prenuptial Agreement. The main thing that a Cohabitation Agreement will address is the property rights of the parties. It is […]
Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements. Both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are considered to be binding contracts in Michigan. A prenuptial agreement, sometimes called a “prenup,” is a contract that is executed before a marriage that describes what the responsibilities of the parties are in the event that the marriage is later dissolved. In contrast, postnuptial agreements are […]
Seeking an Annulment? Michigan, like many other states, has a legal process to end a marriage through annulment. An annulment not only nullifies a Michigan marriage, it makes a legal declaration that the marriage never existed. While such a declaration is very appealing to many people, it is a legal process that is not easily achieved. Just because […]
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