Divorce Attorney in Novi, Michigan
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If you are considering a divorce, or if your spouse is pursuing a separation,
then you need to be prepared with legal information and advice to protect
your rights and your interests. At the Law Offices of Elaine Stypula,
we offer clear, responsive communication to ensure that you are always
aware of your legal options and know what to expect ahead, helping you
resolve matters of
asset division, and so on. In this challenging time, we want you to be confident about
the decisions you make. Our Novi family law firm is here help you establish
a better future. We act as your counselor and your coach!
- Why Choose Our Novi Divorce Lawyer?
- 15+ Years of Legal Experience and a Master’s in Psychology
- Keeps Caseload Small to Ensure Personalized Service for Each Client
- Member of Numerous Associations
- Knowledgeable, Strategic Guidance for Simple & Complex Situations
- Personally and Promptly Returns Phone Calls
Whenever possible, we aim to help our clients to secure amicable resolutions,
sparing them the stress, cost, and delay of a trial. Especially when children
are involved, our primary aim is to minimize trauma and to preserve the
children’s best interests. In some divorces, however, we realize
that litigation is unavoidable. We will be ready with the professional
and aggressive representation you need if a divorce or custody trial becomes
necessary. Whatever challenges you face in your divorce, we are ready
to help you face them head-on so you can move forward to a better future.
Michigan Grounds for Divorce
Unlike other states, Michigan is a purely no-fault divorce state which
means you don’t have to prove that your spouse committed any type
of marital misconduct that caused the breakdown of your marriage. Instead,
you simply need to testify that:
- Your marriage is irretrievably broken
- There is no chance for reconciliation
You can file for a divorce, even if your spouse is opposed to it. As long
as you can testify to the above requirements.
If you’re seeking a more favorable custody or support outcome because
your marriage broke down as a result of something your spouse did, then
you can present this to the judge and they may take it into consideration.
Call (248) 565-3800 or Use Our Online Form Today to Request Your Free