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Divorce Using Collaborative Practice

Michigan law recognizes collaborative practice as a way to provide full time legal representation to divorcing spouses while avoiding courts and combative attorneys. Read More
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Mediation to Resolve a Divorce

Mediation is a way to resolve a divorce by reaching voluntary agreements through the assistance of a neutral mediator. Read More
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Do-It-Yourself Divorce

A do-it-yourself divorce is when people want to handle the divorce on their own. Both spouses are able to discuss and reach agreements and complete all necessary legal documents. They are not represented by attorneys and do not need a mediator to hel… Read More
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Divorce Law in Michigan is Changing.

Recently there have been some big changes to Michigan divorce law that will affect the entire structure of how people get divorced. During the following podcast I will explain what the two changes mean for people getting a divorce. Read More
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One of the primary missions of Cleland Collaborative Divorce is to help you resolve your divorce in Michigan without going to court, through mediation and collaborative practice. Learn more about the benefits of these approaches.
Although Cleland Collaborative Divorce sees divorce litigation as a last resort, it may be unavoidable. In these cases, our work centers on protecting your interests while preventing costly, unnecessary battles. Learn about how we help.

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