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How Narcissism Complicates The Divorce Process

By now you’ve probably encountered the term “narcissist”, and likely know what it means. You might even know someone who falls into that category (although we certainly hope for your sake that the person you know isn’t your spouse!) As you can imagine, marriage to a narcissist is no cake walk. But divorcing one is […]

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I Just Got Served Divorce Papers… What Now? (Pt 2)

Here is our simple and straightforward list of things you need to do when you get served divorce papers in Oakland County, Michigan… Welcome back and thanks for joining us again for this discussion on what to do when you’re served divorce papers. As we mentioned in the previous article, here in Oakland County you […]

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I Just Got Served Divorce Papers… What Now? (Pt 1)

Being served divorce papers can be a frustrating and heartbreaking experience. But what matters now is how you respond to them! It’s not fun, we understand that. Whether you saw this coming from miles away, or it came completely out of left field, being served divorce paperwork can be a depressing and frustrating experience. However, […]

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Are You Considering Separation During Your Oakland County Divorce Process?

The process of separating your lives when a marriage ends can take a while to do, and needs time to adjust to. If you’re a resident of Michigan’s Oakland County, Macomb County or Livingston County, and you’re considering getting a divorce, then you’re already thinking about living life without your spouse. You’ve probably thought about […]

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I’m Getting Divorced, But I Have a Newborn Baby. What Should I do? (Pt 3)

Parenting a newborn when you’re filing for divorce is extremely challenging, but there are ways to overcome the challenges. Welcome back and thanks for joining us for the wrap up of this interesting and important subject here in Oakland County, Michigan. Whether you live in Oakland County, Macomb County or Livingston County, this information applies. […]

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