June 2019 Archives

How joint custody leads to better parenting

Parents in Michigan and throughout the country may actually become better at raising their children after a divorce. This is partially because they are required to take responsibility for their kids with no or limited guidance from the other spouse. In many cases, parents want to be there for their children after their marriages end despite the stereotypes that society may have. When it comes to divorced fathers, society believes them to be lazy or only partially engaged.

Women may have different motives for white collar crime

The CBS show Pink Collar Crimes has shone the spotlight on a niche area of law that many may find interesting. The numbers of incarcerated women in prisons in Michigan and elsewhere are increasing, but the criminal charges that landed them there can be very different from those involving men. As you know, women can commit the same crimes as men, including drug violations, assault and theft. However, when it comes to some allegations, their motives may be different from men’s.

The truth behind myths associated with non-custodial parents

A non-custodial Michigan parent is simply someone who does not have physical custody of their child. However, there are several common myths that still linger about what a parent without custody is, what rights they have and how they interact with their children.

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