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Michigan Divorce Law

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In Michigan there are compulsory official authorized and simplified forms available for all phases of the divorce procedure.

Michigan Divorce forms are contained in the official Michigan Supreme Court Administrative office forms book and

should be available from the clerk of the circuit court in any Michigan county.

  • In order to file the complaint for legal separation or divorce in Michigan,

one should be sure that the Judicial Circuit Court has legal grounds over the case.

  • The most common way partners are valid to use a certain court system is by meeting the residency needs.
  • It is the only concern for a spouse who has very recently shifted or is planning to move in the near future.
  • A verdict of divorce would not be sanctioned by a court unless either of the parties has resided in this state for at least 6 months prior filing the complaint.
  • The separation is typically registered within county in which the filing partner resides.

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