Southfield, Michigan, March 24, 2016 (Newswire.com) - The American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM), one of southeast Michigan’s premier law firms, has launched a helpful guide for any man contemplating or going through divorce in Michigan.
This guide highlights critical questions and concerns men face while going through divorce. From sections discussing court procedures to substantive discussions of custody, parenting time, support and property division, this free guide is a useful tool for men seeking reliable information from the professionals themselves.
Brent Bowyer and Jon M. Midtgard, partners and two of Southeast Michigan’s top rated divorce attorneys, have worked to provide a simple, yet professional guidance tool for men facing divorce in Michigan. Free to download on their website (adamdivorcelaw.com), “Facing Divorce in Michigan” provides an introduction to the basics of divorce and family law. “We believe an educated client is a successful client. This guide serves as a base of knowledge for men before any personalized consultation takes place,” says Brent Bowyer.
Facing Divorce in Michigan was carefully crafted to highlight commonly asked questions men have about divorce and serves as an excellent starting point for proper evaluation. This guide provides a solid base of information for men facing divorce in Michigan, but does not serve as a replacement for counseling from a trained professional. “We want to educate as much as we can, but we also want clients to understand that each case is unique,” says Jon Midtgard.
As principals of a law firm that has specialized in representing men in since 1988, Bowyer and Midtgard know the things men want to know when facing a divorce. “We have answered thousands of men’s questions about this process throughout our legal careers and decided that compiling a simple and easy-to-navigate guide was the optimal tool to offer” says Jon Midtgard.
Facing Divorce in Michigan addresses a wide variety of questions; from things men need to do to prepare for a possible divorce, physical custody and visitation rights, to things men should know before filing a divorce in Michigan. “We hope this helps our clients navigate and make the best possible decision for themselves and their family” adds Midtgard.
This guide is set forth in an easy to read manner and avoids confusing “legal terminology”. Instead, men will have the ability and the resource to further examine their questions compiled by the experts themselves. Facing Divorce in Michigan serves to make men “divorce insiders” with a better understanding of the whole process.
“This is intended as just one part of the consultation process, not the consultation itself. We want men who are facing divorce to know that they are not alone, and this guide will help provide a base of knowledge to assist them when an individualized consultation takes place” adds Bowyer.
The American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM) is a group of highly qualified attorneys who advocate for men’s rights in divorce, child custody and parenting time, paternity, support, property settlement, post judgment modifications, and other family law matters. Since 1988, ADAM has been aggressive, diligent, and uncompromising when representing their clients. A team of compassionate and skilled family law attorneys, ADAM is dedicated to being Michigan’s leading divorce attorneys for men. To speak with one of these professionals or to learn more, visit adamdivorcelaw.com.