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Series of Moves Violates 100-Mile Rule

Earlier this month, the Michigan Court of Appeals again considered the 100-mile rule in a published decision. The case is significant to the extent that it provides parents guidance on the location of their post-divorce domicile and is yet another case that illustrates the concept of joint custody. In Eickelberg v Eickelberg, the parents were […]

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Alcohol Consumption Terminates Alimony

Wow.  A recent unpublished Court of Appeals decision arising from a messy Oakland County divorce touches on many significant legal issues that arise in family court. It is very rare to have so many issues displayed in one case: a prenuptial agreement, alimony, a “bird nesting” arrangement, parental alienation, injunctions, alcohol, marijuana, gambling, a Guardian […]

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