For the last few years, I have been seeing some great things about the state of divorce and divorce litigation in Michigan. The Supreme Court of Michigan has recently granted a divorce to the daughter of a couple I’ve known for over 30 years. The Supreme Court had granted a divorce to the daughter and the father of the wife. Now, the daughter is divorced from her biological father and the wife and the biological father of the wife are divorced.
Now, I’m not sure how the Supreme Court is going to rule on the case, but I want to share this little tidbit about the Supreme Court of Michigan’s role in divorce. In the 1990s, the Supreme Court was the supreme court of divorce and child custody. Since the 1990s, the Supreme Court has been the supreme court of marital property and spousal property issues.
I guess this is what happens when you have a party that won’t talk to you about the divorce, the wife won’t talk to you about the divorce, and the biological father won’t talk to you about the divorce.
That’s probably why my wife and I are not talking about divorce. We both know that after the divorce, our kids will have a much better chance of being raised by a single mom.
It’s been a while since I’ve seen a court case get as much attention as this one. In fact, I don’t even know if its been decided at all.
It’s interesting because I really don’t think there was a court decision. The two parties agreed that the divorce should be uncontested due to the fact that my wife is currently in a relationship with my son’s father. The court has basically ruled that since there is not a “best interest” or “legal guardian” for the children that they are now officially independent of the father.
This is interesting because I dont know many divorced couples who dont have a best interest or legal guardian for their children. I mean, I was on a couple of them, but they were both in relationships with their exes because there were no other options.
I’ve been in a few divorces where the father or stepfather wasn’t involved with the children anymore, but that doesn’t mean that its all good. In fact, the divorce can have other effects on the kids, even if the father isn’t involved. A few years ago, my stepson had his entire elementary school year off. The result was that he spent over a year in and out of public school, mostly because he was never in school.
Sometimes it doesn’t matter whether the ex is involved or not. Sometimes the courts just give the kids to the ex if the father isnt involved. In the case of my stepson, the courts were not involved because the children were not in his custody.
Uncontested divorce in the United States is a common occurrence. In fact, it was the state court that found my stepson to have been living with his mother in the first place. According to the court, he had been living with the ex-wife for a little over two years.