A 21-year-old woman in Detroit, Michigan, was killed in a freak car accident reportedly caused by a reckless, speeding driver.
Relocating with a child, after divorce, can be difficult. If you and your ex both have custody rights, moving can sometimes violate those rights. If your ex wants to stay in Michigan, for example, but you're hoping to move to Texas, it's fairly clear that moving with the child will mean your ex won't see him or her as often -- if at all.
When facing criminal charges in Michigan, you may feel tempted to avoid hiring an attorney because of your finances. But you should take into consideration the cost and long-term implications that come with representing yourself or using a public defender. No matter the seriousness of the crime or the penalties you face, a good criminal defense attorney can be an invaluable source of guidance during this trying time in your life.
If you're ever accused of possessing or selling marijuana in Michigan, it's crucial to understand the state's drug laws. This is especially true if you don't think you broke the law -- perhaps you thought you had legally obtained the marijuana based on medical needs -- but is always important regardless of the facts of the case.
Joint custody sounds, in many ways, like the obvious answer during a divorce with children. You're both the children's parents, and joint custody allows you both to stay involved and to help with the responsibilities and obligations that come with raising those kids.