Many people say that it is much harder to get “unmarried” than to get married. Anyone who is considering divorce needs a lot of information. For starters, a party who has resided in the state for 180 days or more may file a Michigan divorce action. The party files the suit in the county of residence, as long as he or she has resided there for ten days. At the Van Den Heuvel Law Office, we have extensive experience handling all matters related to divorce actions in numerous Michigan counties. If you own a business, significant real estate properties, or other assets that may be difficult to divide equitably, you need a knowledgeable and aggressive attorney to protect your interests and your family.
If you and your spouse are considering divorce, there are three basic means for doing so:
There are numerous issues to consider when going through a divorce. Whether it is an uncontested divorce (spouses agree on all matters) or a highly contentious matter, certain issues need to be resolved, including:
If you and your spouse agree to the divorce and have worked out these issues, the process is much faster with effective counsel. However, if an amicable resolution is not possible, Howard Van Den Heuvel fights to achieve a positive outcome for you and your family.
If you need assistance ending your marriage, contact the Van Den Heuvel Law Office for an initial consultation. We are conveniently located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Please contact us today at 616-698-0000 or online. We are also available on Skype by appointment.
To talk with our attorney about your legal concerns, contact the Van Den Heuvel Law Office by calling 616-698-0000. You may also complete our online contact form. After-hours consultations are available by appointment. We are also available on Skype by appointment.