Dating during divorce in michigan
The complaint for divorce can be served on your spouse by any adult not a party to the action (you cannot serve your spouse), by personal service or registered mail.
An affidavit of service must also be filed with the court.
In Michigan, an annulment can be granted for marriages that are void from the beginning, such as in the case of bigamy, a marriage between closely related relatives, or a marriage to a person who is unable to enter a contract of marriage.
An annulment can also be granted for a voidable marriage, which includes a marriage by a person under the age of consent or if the consent to marry was obtained by fraud or force.
A complaint for divorce is filed in the clerk’s office of the county you have lived in for at least 10 days prior to filing.
It must be filed with the appropriate filing fee and a Summons.
The factors include the length of the marriage, the actions of the parties, the property division, the health of the parties, the parties’ ability to work, fault and general principles of equity. A woman’s maiden surname can be restored by court order.
The SMSRA requires that all service members be asked to submit to any lawsuits, including actions for divorce.