A divorce starts in Michigan with the filing of a divorce complaint requesting that the court grant a divorce and divide property. A person must be a resident in Michigan for six months prior to filing and ten days in the county that the case is filed. After a divorce complaint is filed, there is typically a “motion for temporary order” or temporary relief. This order will stat what the parties rights and obligations are until the case is final. Typically temporary custody, parenting time, child support, who is using the marital residence, who is driving what car, and restraining order against disposal of assets.
There is a 60 day waiting period before a divorce can be finalized if you have no minor children. If you have minor children than you must wait 6 months to get a divorce (can be waived to 60 days).
At the end of the waiting period, a final divorce judgment is prepared that state your final rights and obligations. That is entered with the court at a hearing that finalizes your divorce.
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