Family Courts are open and the team at Eisenberg & Spilman is here to help you with all your family law needs during this difficult time. The attorneys can be reached directly: Laura (248) 283-8744; Amy (248) 283-8737 and Mekel (248) 283-8742. We also offer video conferencing through Zoom.

Family Courts are open and the team at Eisenberg & Spilman is here to help you with all your family law needs during this difficult time. The attorneys can be reached directly: Laura (248) 283-8744 ; Amy (248) 283-8737 and Mekel (248) 283-8742. We also offer video conferencing through Zoom.

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What affects spousal support in Michigan?

If you and your spouse have been struggling together and you decide that divorce is the best option for you, as sad as that may seem, it may give you both the chance to be happy again. Sometimes being apart is a better answer than being together. There are many...

How do courts make alimony determinations?

When a couple gets divorced, they will have to adjust to being able to support themselves physically, emotionally, and financially, without their spouse’s involvement. Under Michigan law, the court may determine that one spouse requires alimony to help support them...

How can alimony payments be made?

Alimony plays an important role in the post-divorce lives of many Michigan residents. It is the money that some divorced individuals are required to pay to their exes in order to provide them with ongoing support. Not all divorces involve awards or agreements of...

Determining alimony in Michigan

Married couples can manage their households in many different ways. In some cases, both spouses choose to work outside the home, while in other households, one spouse works part-time or chooses to be a stay-at-home parent. In any case, if the couple chooses to get a...

How long will I get alimony?

Few aspects of divorce are more contentious than alimony. While child support payments may be a difficult subject as well, few dispute the need to pay child support. Alimony can be much more difficult.  Unlike with child support, in the state of Michigan there is no...

Opting for rehabilitative spousal support

The current trend is favoring couples to substitute permanent spousal support with rehabilitative spousal support. The courts are now encouraging couples to go for the process of temporarily supporting one spouse while he or she tries to become financially stable and...