Just like every marriage and every family is different—so is every divorce. At Blume Law Group, we know you may need a different approach to divorce depending on whether or not your divorce is amicable; whether you have minor children with your spouse; and what kind of marital property you have to divide. Whatever circumstances exist at the time of your divorce, we offer divorce representation customized to your unique needs in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, and St. Clair Counties.

Divorce with Children

If you and your spouse have minor children together, your divorce will naturally be more complex than a divorce without children. On top of dividing assets, you will need to decide how each of you will spend time with your children, make decisions ab… Read More

Divorce without Children

Divorce is never easy, but if you and your spouse do not have any minor children then the process can at least be somewhat streamlined. Without having to focus on the needs of young children, you and your spouse can divide your property and unwind yo… Read More

Collaborative Divorce

In a successful marriage, the partners work together. Believe it or not, that can also be true in a successful divorce. “Successful divorce” may sound like an oxymoron. But when you and your spouse have decided your marriage can no longer work, s… Read More

Divorce Mediation

Any divorce attorney will tell you that it is usually better to settle your divorce rather than to try the case before a judge. When you reach settlement, you are in control of the terms of your divorce. Plus, settlement is almost always faster and l… Read More

Divorce Litigation

The vast majority of Michigan divorces—probably upwards of 95%—do not end in a trial. Most are settled, often through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) such as divorce mediation or Collaborative divorce. Settlement is usually preferable, as lo… Read More