To file for divorce in Michigan, you or your spouse must have lived in Michigan for at least the last 180 days. In general, your divorce must be filed in the circuit court in the county where you or your spouse has lived for at least the last ten days. Most people file where they live, but you don’t have to.How do you get a divorce in Michigan?
To obtain a divorce in Michigan, either you or your spouse must have lived in Michigan for at least the last six months. You will file for divorce in the circuit court in the county where either you or your spouse lives.Do it yourself divorce in Michigan?
Filing for divorce can be pricey because of filing fees and attorney fees. In Michigan, however, you can file for divorce by yourself and petition the court to waive the filing fees. It isn't absolutely required that you retain an attorney to file for divorce, but an attorney knows the law and will represent your interests.Do your own divorce papers?
Filing your own divorce papers should only be considered when: Both spouse are in agreement about getting a divorce and aren't contesting any issues; Your spouse hasn't retained an attorney or filed any papers (in these situations, it's best to hire your own attorney); There are few martial assets or debts;