Divorce is a very personal, emotional process, but it is also a challenging legal matter that will directly affect your parental and financial rights. While no two divorces are alike, they all follow a similar trajectory and must address the same terms, and as such, there are some useful divorce tips that are universally helpful. If you are considering divorce or are already facing a divorce, itâ€™s time to consult with an experienced Michigan divorce attorney.Â
Threatening divorce or beginning the process before youâ€™re certain that itâ€™s the right choice for you is not only unnecessarily hurtful to your spouse but can also give them a leg up in terms of gathering their resources and preparing for what lies ahead. Using divorce as a weapon is an unkind practice that can backfire spectacularly.Â
The more legwork you do in relation to gathering and compiling your financial documentation ahead of time, the better prepared youâ€™ll be to take on whatever comes your way. This will allow you to keep your divorce process moving effectively and efficiently forward, which can save you time and money in the long run.
While there is no denying that divorce is hard on both parties involved, itâ€™s even more challenging for the children â€“ who generally arenâ€™t able to process whatâ€™s happening and are far more likely to internalize things. Put your children first by letting all the following guide your actions
Even a divorce that starts peaceably enough can turn ugly in the blink of an eye, and the emotional upheaval of even the most straightforward divorce can be enough to cloud your good judgment. Your seasoned divorce attorney will ensure that you understand the divorce process, that you make decisions that help protect your financial and parental rights along the way, and that your divorce proceeds forward as smoothly as possible.Â
The savvy divorce attorneys at Lucido & Manzella, P.C., in Clinton Township, Michigan, have the reserves of experience, legal insight, and resources to help protect your rights â€“Â in focused pursuit of favorable divorce terms. We are on your side and here to help, so please do not wait to contact us for more information today.Â
We offer a free initial consultation so you will get an opportunity to meet us, and we will have an opportunity to learn more about your legal issue.
Lâ€™Tonya Marie Payne, a 51-year-old black woman, is facing misdemeanor assault charges following an altercation. The complaining witness, who is white, stated the police would not believe Ms. Payne due to her skin color. Attorney Vince Manzella is working alongside Ms. Payne to fight these allegations, as she was arrested simply on the basis of the witnessâ€™s word.
Joseph Wolf, former director of the Detroit Stars, was sentenced to two years of supervised probation. Wolf pleaded guilty to embezzling funds from the nonprofit youth baseball league. Typically, the felony count can result in up to 10 years in prison, a fine of $15,000, and other charges, but Lucido & Manzella, P.C. was able to help the client receive a reduced sentence.
Charles Frontera, a former Roseville city councilman, was sentenced to a year of probation after a misdemeanor charge was dismissed at sentencing. During a pretrial conference, Mr. Frontera pleaded guilty to substance possession, and in doing so, Attorney Manzella was able to protect the client from severe charges.
William Weber, owner of Weber Security Group Inc., was accused by former Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith of falsifying an invoice that allegedly confirmed the installation of a security system at Smithâ€™s home. Despite the caseâ€™s complexity, Lucido & Manzella, P.C. successfully defended Mr. Weber against four felonies, which included larceny by conversion, forgery, aiding and abetting, and concealing stolen property.