Top Partnership Resources for Family Law Lawyers

ONLINE BOOKS
Frame your issue correctly—with authoritative legal analysis from Michigan experts. Continually updated books link to primary law. Sample books/chapters:
Attorney Fee Agreements in Michigan
Chapter 8: Divorce and Other Family Law Matters
Handling a Divorce Case in Michigan
Chapter 5: Represent the Defendant
Chapter 8: Handle ADR, Contested Hearings, and Trials
Chapter 11: Postjudgment Issues
Michigan Basic Practice Handbook
Chapter 2: Divorce Cases
Chapter 3: Basic Estate Planning and Drafting
Michigan Drunk Driving Law and Practice
Chapter 1: Introduction
Michigan Family Law
Chapter 5: Pretrial Procedure in the Divorce Case
Chapter 9: Child Custody
Chapter 10: Parenting Time
Chapter 11: Change of Legal Residence or Domicile
Chapter 17: Property Division
Chapter 18: Division of Retirement
Michigan Family Law Benchbook
Chapter 9: Tax Considerations in Divorce

FORMBANK
Save time with a searchable bank of 2,400+ lawyer-drafted forms. Forms can be downloaded and edited, and include commentary from Michigan practitioners.
Complaint for Divorce With Minor Children
Complaint for Divorce Without Minor Children
Consent Judgment of Divorce (No Children or Spousal Support)
Consent Judgment of Divorce (With Minor Children)
Consent Judgment of Divorce (With Minor Children and Detailed Child Support Provisions)
Custody Complaint (No Marriage)
Divorce Settlement Agreement
Ex Parte Order for Maintenance of Status Quo, Mutual Restraining Order, and Other Relief
First Interrogatories and Requests for Production of Documents
Request for Admissions and Discovery Requests—Fault

HOW-TO KITS
Proceed confidently with step-by-step guidance from Michigan practitioners. They cover hundreds of common transactions and include links to helpful forms.
Draft a Delegation of Parental Powers
Establish Paternity for Alleged Father (Revocation of Paternity Act)
File a Complaint for Grandparenting Time
Handle a Stepparent Adoption
Modify a Child Support Order
Obtain a Default Judgment of Divorce
Obtain Initial Child Custody and Support Order in Divorce Case
Obtain a Restraining Order in a Divorce Case
Opt Out and Opt Back In to the Friend of the Court
Prepare a Consent Judgment of Divorce

TOP TIPS IN TEN MINUTES
Get succinct advice that you can immediately put into practice. Michigan experts provide valuable insight on practical topics.
Advising Clients on Financial Considerations During a Divorce
Defending a Motion to Change Domicile
Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement
Drafting and Entering a Judgment of Divorce
Handling the Initial Client Interview in a Divorce Case
Objecting to a Friend of the Court Recommendation
Reducing Hostility in Divorce Cases
Requesting Attorney Fees in a Divorce Case
Screening for Domestic Violence in Domestic Relations Mediation
Using the Public Child Support Calculator

CHECKLISTS
Avoid critical missteps and stay on task. These handy, practice-tested checklists ensure you cover all bases and provide helpful commentary.
Divorce Complaint and Filing
Drafting Antenuptial Agreements
Opting Out of the Friend of the Court
Testimony on Best Interests Factors
Issues for Divorce Judgments (With Minor Children)
Issues for Domestic Violence Cases
Issues to Discuss with Divorce Client
Revoke Acknowledgment of Parentage
Set Aside Order of Filiation
Default (Divorce)

ON-DEMAND SEMINARS
Keep up to date and watch 175+ seminars at your convenience. Michigan practitioners provide practical insight on new developments and the hottest issues.
Changing Legal Residence in Child Custody Agreements
Demonstration: Change in Parenting Time
Demonstration: Collaborative Divorce
E-Discovery in Family Law Cases
Enforcing Child Support
Family Law Appeals
Family Law Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Family Law Update
Get the Most Out of Expert Witnesses
Handling Property Division and Spousal Support Issues
Taxation and QDROs for Family Law Practitioners
View from the Bench: Hon. Patrick J. Conlin, Jr.

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