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Have you heard the phrase: “What mine is mine’s and what ’s yours is mine.” It is one of those play on words, that by the time you figure it out, you want to say: “Hey, wait a minute - that’s not right!” In some ways when it comes to family law and the issue of marital property this phrase is in many ways, accurate. While I cannot take care of every possible scenario in this writing, I can dispel some myths that people often have. While I am talking about marital property principles, I think this information is useful for those planning on staying married as they consider estate and future planning. I also consider it useful for those living together contemplating marriage. This information is also useful for those currently married and considering divorce and the separation of marital assets.
As a general rule, anything acquired during marriage can be considered or claimed marital property - no matter the person to whom it is titled. People often thi ...
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As a family law attorney, I get to see the best and worst of families. I serve people raising children that are not biologically theirs. I serve people who turn over every rock to deliver the best care to aging and physically declining elderly parents. I serve people who are torn apart by petty hurts and use their children in the middle of their mess as a pawn. I serve people who have not yet figured out how to co-parent together when their relationship has ended. People are in all manner of stages of agreement and disagreement as families. Whatever the circumstance, I invite you to be family on Tuesday, November 4th. Be family for just a few minutes or hours (however long it takes) to go vote on Tuesday.
Tuesday, can be a reason to come together, even if you do not agree. Whether you want to preserve reproductive rights, bolster environmental responsibility and earth care, advocate for same gender marriage, see gun control become a reality, or simply want your voice to be heard for or against any ...
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Regina D. Jemison
500 Griswold, Suite 2410
Detroit, MI 48226