Tag: Divorce Lawyer

  • Why ‘Moral Fitness’ Could Affect Your Oakland County Divorce! (Pt 2)

    Welcome back to The Kronzek Firm. Thanks for joining us again. We’ve been talking about a slightly strange subject – moral fitness – and how it might have an effect on your Oakland County custody case. Specifically, how your behavior before, during and after your divorce might make it harder for you to get custody of […]

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

    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 have a lot of options, but what you need to do is choose the option that will have the best possible outcome for […]

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

    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, like so much in life, what matters more is how you respond to a situation, rather than what the specifics of […]

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  • Why Can’t We Use The Same Divorce Lawyer? We Already Agree! Pt. 1

    This is a question we run into a lot – clients who want to hire a divorce attorney to make sure that everything is handled properly during their divorce process, but don’t want to spent any unnecessary money. And it’s hard to blame them – divorce can be costly, and attorneys aren’t exactly cheap (especially […]

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  • Can I Use an Online Company For my Oakland County Divorce? (Pt 1)

    We live in an online world. Between Amazon, Netflix, and Google, there isn’t much you can’t get online these days. Everything from streaming movies, searching information, and buying everything you need for daily life (including groceries) can be done with a click of the mouse. So why should divorces be any different? Well, for many […]

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  • Can Illness Lead To Divorce?

    When we recite our wedding vows most of us are so focused on our beloved’s smile right in front of us, and daydreams of a wonderful life ahead of us, that we tend to breeze right through some of those heftier commitments. Things like, “in sickness and in health“, which sounds like a kind and […]

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  • Tips For Saving Money on Your Divorce Case (Part 1)

      Divorce is not cheap. In fact, most people here in Oakland County probably recognize this fact as an unavoidable reality. However, for those of you ending your marriages without an unlimited budget on hand, there are lots of ways that you can cut down on the cost by making smart choices and planning ahead. […]

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  • Getting Divorced After a Long-Term Marriage?

    Many people assume that if you’ve been together for twenty, thirty or even forty years, you and your spouse are unlikely to get divorced. And as it turns out, you would be right. According to Census Bureau statistics from the American Community Survey, the chances of a long-duration marriage ending in divorce here in Oakland […]

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  • Why Hiding Assets During a Divorce is a Bad Idea!

    Divorce is a very stressful time; we get that. Most couples are struggling with anger, resentment, sadness, depression and frustration. It can be natural to want to cut your soon-to-be-ex out of their portion of your finances, especially if those assets were yours before you got married. Nothing is more frustrating that having to split […]

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  • Is Your Ex Moving Away With Your Child? What You Need To Know

    Prior to 2001, a parent with physical custody of their child or children only had to notify Friend of the Court of their new address and they could go anywhere in the state they desired, no holds barred. Thankfully times have changed, and the court now goes to greater lengths to maintain any possibility for […]

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