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Flint Divorce Attorney 235-1970

Where to File for Flint Michigan Divorce? Your County Circuit Court. For directions call 235-1970.

State courts have power (or "jurisdiction") over divorce proceedings, here  in Flint Michigan it will be the Genesee County Circuit Cour.One  spouse seeking a divorce files an initial document called a divorce "complaint". Michigan has a specific family court division where the divorce petition is filed and  and heard .

If You have questions please call for a free consultation to Flint Divorce Attorney Terry Bankert 235-1970. We share information on the Internet to cause SEO. The following phrases are for that purpose only you can ignore. Mitt Romney has never sought A Flint Divorce Lawyer. Romney could gain an awareness of the  divorce process by looking at an  E-Book on Divorce.  United States President Barrack Obama did not mention Flint Divorce  in the United States State of the Union address 01/24/2012. Flint Divorce Lawyers never met with Michael Jackson. Litigants would be hard pressed to find a Flint Divorce Lawyer  on Facebook Time line. Flint divorce lawyers are also hard to find on US Airways going to Somalia sitting next to Demi Moore. But you are in lick your Flint Divorce Attorney can be reached at 810-235-1970. As I indicated this paragraph was a test of SEO. Ask about the results when you come to my office in Flint MI.

All states require a spouse to be a resident of the state -- often for at least six months , Michigan, and sometimes for as long as one year -- before filing for a divorce there. Someone who files for divorce must offer proof that he or she has resided there for the required length of time. Only three states -- Alaska, South Dakota and Washington -- have no statutory requirement for resident status.

If you think that your spouse will file for divorce in another state, it may be prudent to spend the money up front and file first -- in your home state. Rarely is a divorce settled in one court appearance, and if your spouse files elsewhere you could rack up a lot of traveling expenses. Also, any modifications to the divorce decree, including the property settlement agreement and arrangements for child custody and support , must be filed in the original state. This could keep you traveling out of state for years to come, especially if you have children with your spouse.
Can one spouse move to a different state or country to get a divorce?

If one spouse meets the residency requirement of a state or country, a divorce obtained there is valid, even if the other spouse lives somewhere else. The courts of all states will recognize the divorce.

If you receive documents from a foreign country, you may want to consult an attorney to advise you of whether your state court or the foreign court governs the issues. This depends on many factors, such as which particular country is involved, where the parties lived and for how long and, of course, whether children are involved.

Filing and Serving the Divorce/Dissolution Petition

The divorce/dissolution Complaint is a legal document that is filed in court by a spouse who seeks a divorce. Also called the "petition" in some states, the complaint informs the court of the filing spouse's desire to end the marriage, and its filing with the court signifies the initiation of the divorce process. Once the divorce/dissolution petition has been "served" on the petitioner's spouse, it also notifies him or her that the divorce process has begun (more on serving the petition below).

Contents of the Divorce Complaint: Information and Requests

While specific requirements and formats vary from state to state, the divorce/dissolution petition typically contains the following information:
Identification of the spouses by name and address;
Date and place of marriage;
Identification of children of the marriage;
Acknowledgement that the petitioner and/or his or her spouse have lived in the state or county for a certain amount of time prior to filing the petition;
Grounds for divorce; There has been a breakdown in the Marital relationship and the bonds of matrimony have been broken. Specific fault does not have to be stated.
Declaration or request as to how the petitioner would like to settle finances, property division, child custody, visitation, and other issues related to divorce.

Contents of the Divorce/Dissolution Petition: Temporary Orders

In addition to the information described above, the divorce complaint may ask the court to put temporary "orders" in place on certain family and financial issues while the divorce process is ongoing. If approved, these orders usually stay in effect until the divorce becomes final. These temporary orders may pertain to issues such as:
Which spouse will have primary (physical) custody of the child(ren);
Child visitation schedule for the non-custodial spouse;
Payment of child support;
Payment of spousal support;
Which spouse will live in the couple's house or primary residence;
Payment of bills and other financial concerns
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Sunday, January 22, 2012

MAYOR WALLING TALKS ABOUT "OCCUPY FLINT" AND 01/27/2012 U OF M Flint Kiva 6-9 pm U R Invited.

FLINT MAYOR TALKS ABOUT “OCCUPY FLINT”. From Washington D.C interview of Flint Mayor Dayne Walling 01/19/2012. Mayor walling was attending the  80th Mayoral Conference in Washington D.C.

Q1: What do you think of the Occupy Movement as a whole?
A1: BY FLINT MAYOR WALLING. We have a small occupy group in Flint. This group has brought a lot to our community honestly.They have bee involved actively in community service and demonstrations.

We have an open relationship. There is a general policy forum coming up in our community where we will talk about issues important to the occupy movement. I expect we will talk about local, state, national  and international issues. I will participate in the dialogue.

Q2: What do you think about the actions of other mayors in cities like Oakland, New York for instance.
A2: I have not paid attention to what those cities  are doing. In some of the big cities in Michigan like Lansing for instance the Mayor has taken the same stance as I have. Finding ways to give people the way to express their right to free speech. We work together in a way that it does not cause an undue  burden on city resources.  In Flint we have strapped resources. We can do it in a proactive way.

Q3: As to the Goals of OWS has it changed the national dialogue.
A3: Yes . Dependently brought  issue of income equality to the forefront.You have a lot of people talking about unemployment. In Flint many of our members are former veterans  They bring up their issues of  people fighting abroad for us that need help at home.

Q4. What is the reason for the Washington Conference?
A4: Get people on both sides of the aisle to talk about issues.

Q5:What issues
A5: To nite was a social event after a day of activities.We talked about general issues to include transportation.

Q6; Is this an effective trip?
A6: I have definitely had the opportunity to talk to people I would not otherwise. No matter the size of the communities we have commonalities.
--end interview-

Public invitation to attend and participate in The City of Flint General Assembly hosted by Occupy Flint.
"U of M KIVA “
"Friday, January 27, 2012 6pm-9pm"
"Let your Voice be heard through direct democracy!"
"Mayor Walling will also be... participating in this event and able to hear your ideas and concerns about your community and cities future."

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Friday, January 6, 2012

Date: 01/06/2012

What is happening in the Occupy movement. Using Google news searching "Occupy" the following surfaced.  Occupy Protesters  went to Oakland City Hall. They stormed the Mayors  office and demand an audience. I recall that Occupy Flint went to or invaded Flint Mayor Wallings office last week. What was the out come of that? Was this covered by the media? Did the Occupy media self report? I recall that Walling when he had power came to Occupy Flint with the Police Chief and was very supportive. Why fill his office? What was the result?


Occupy Oakland activists barred from City Hall

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎1 hour ago‎
Police push back the protesters as they try to enter the building, which was later locked to keep them out. Police arrested a dozen Occupy Oakland protesters and dismantled a tepee outside City Hall late Wednesday, prompting an unsuccessful attempt by ...

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Occupy protesters storm City Hall, meet with officials

San Jose Mercury News - ‎2 hours ago‎
By Matthew Artz OAKLAND -- Occupy Oakland protesters tried to force their way into City Hall on Thursday, storming a side door entrance and demanding an audience with Mayor Jean Quan and City Administrator Deanna Santana. Police kept the doors shut but ...

Occupy Oakland protesters meet with city officials after tense scene at City Hall

San Francisco Chronicle (blog) - ‎3 hours ago‎
A group of protesters and some media congregate while a Occupy Oakland Interfaith group member airs out grievances. City of Oakland officials and Occupy Oakland protesters laid the groundwork for building trust at a meeting at City Hall on Thursday ...

12 Occupy Oakland activists arrested; camp dismantled again

Los Angeles Times - ‎16 hours ago‎
Oakland police arrested 12 Occupy activists camping in front of City Hall after the protesters refused to comply with terms of their permit, officials said Thursday. Officers dressed in riot gear surrounded the protesters and dismantled the Occupy ...

Police arrest Occupy Oakland protesters

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎19 hours ago‎
Police have arrested members of Occupy Oakland who were demonstrating in front of City Hall. KGO-TV reports that officers in riot gear moved in on the protesters in Frank Ogawa Plaza late Wednesday night and made several arrests. ...

Occupy Oakland attempts to take over City Hall

Blast - ‎1 hour ago‎
By Jamie Douglas OAKLAND, Calif. — Occupy Oakland protesters determinedly tried to enter City Hall on Thursday in an attempt to take over the mayor's and city administrator's offices; the intrusion follows the arrests of a dozen protesters Wednesday ...

Police nab 12 Occupy protestors

Press TV - ‎3 hours ago‎
The US police have once again attacked an Occupy camp, arresting at least a dozen anti-corporatism protesters demonstrating in front of Oakland City Hall. The arrests were made late Wednesday after the protesters, who were on a day-long vigil, ...

Occupy protesters try to shut down Oakland City Hall - ‎4 hours ago‎
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Occupy Oakland protesters tried to occupy Oakland City Hall Thursday. While they were unsuccessful, their actions did cause City Hall to be shut down for about three hours. Thursday's demonstration was to show anger at police not ...

Calif., Ind., Occupy protesters get boot - ‎7 hours ago‎
OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 5 (UPI) -- Police have ordered Occupy protesters to evacuate public spaces in Oakland, Calif., and Bloomington, Ind., where they have set up tents. About a dozen Occupy Oakland protesters were arrested Wednesday at Frank Ogawa ...

Oakland Police Lock Down City Hall During Occupy Protest

SFist - ‎9 hours ago‎
After last night's arrests on Frank Ogawa Plaza, members of Occupy Oakland vowed (on Facebook) to return this afternoon to occupy City Hall proper. The goal of today's Occupy action, according to its event page, was to "go into city hall to occupy the...

Occupy Oakland Attempts to Storm City Hall, Occupy Mayor Jean Quan's Office

SF Weekly (blog) - ‎10 hours ago‎
5 2012 at 3:35 PM ​It seems that Occupy Oakland's initial intent to dismantle big banks has shifted to a more tenable goal: To make Mayor Jean Quan's first term a living hell. More than two dozen protesters attempted to overtake City Hall this ...

Occupy Oakland: Police Raid City Hall Vigil, 12 Arrested

SF Weekly (blog) - ‎17 hours ago‎
5 2012 at 7:46 AM ​Police moved in on Occupy Oakland protesters late last night, arresting a dozen as the demonstrated outside City Hall. The protesters were hauled off to jail just two days after the city revoked the Movement's permit to have a tepee ...

Occupy Oakland permit revoked - ‎Jan 4, 2012‎
4 (UPI) -- An Occupy Oakland (Calif.) teepee and leafleting table must be removed from a city plaza as a result of a scuffle between protesters and police, officials said. Thirteen people were arrested and one police officer was hit in the head with a ...

Several Arrested at Frank Ogawa Plaza Again

NBC Bay Area - ‎17 hours ago‎
OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 12: Occupy protestors wear Guy Fawkes masks as they participate in a rally at Oakland City Hall on December 12, 2011 in Oakland, California. Following a general strike coordinated by Occupy Oakland that closed the Port of Oakland ...

Illegal Overnight Bonfire Kills Occupy Oakland's Teepee

SFist - ‎Jan 3, 2012‎
The city of Oakland has revoked a permit that had allowed Occupy Oakland to erect its symbolic teepee daily on Frank Ogawa Plaza — which protesters still insist on calling "Oscar Grant Plaza." The permit required that the teepee be removed every night ...

More Arrests As Oakland Occupiers Protest Teepee Removal

SFist - ‎16 hours ago‎
A dozen Occupy Oakland folk were arrested in total after they were marching in front of City Hall in protest of Tuesday's forced removal of their symbolic teepee. Another dozen or so protesters proceeded to march to the jailhouse a few blocks downtown ...

OccupyOakland vigil dismantled, 11 arrested

San Francisco Bay Guardian - ‎12 hours ago‎
Members of the Interfaith organizing contingent within Occupy Oakland have planned another march for 2 pm today. A Facebook event says that protesters may meet at the Plaza, “erect the canopy and then go into city hall to occupy the mayor's and city ...

Occupy protesters meet with city officials, hope for release of jailed ...

Contra Costa Times - ‎8 hours ago‎
By Matthew Artz OAKLAND -- The crowd outside Oakland City Hall has dwindled to about 30 protesters Thursday afternoon after a crowd of Occupy protesters tried to storm the building and a small contingent of demonstrators met with an aide to Mayor Jean ...

Police Arrest Occupy Oakland Protesters After Teepee Dispute

The Bay Citizen (blog) - ‎15 hours ago‎
By Bay City News Service|January 5, 2012 10:51 am |In Occupy Oakland This protester writing his hopes for the movement on a cloth that'll be put on the teepee behind him. Several arrests were made at Frank Ogawa Plaza in downtown Oakland late Wednesday ...

The Occupy movement is a push back protest against economic and social injustice. They began protesting economic advantages give to Wall Street, Big Business, anf Big Banks. OWS encouraged local issues and other social injustice.  The Zuccotti Parks statement gave some direction. Protesters and the community looking on are eager to see an  intensifying focus, coalition building to pressure and cause change in public policy, local, state and national. So just what is OF doing? Looking back what will the success be?
  • I Think what is needed is a sustained economic protest addressing a few core concepts but executed is various ways.....CORE CONCEPT... 1.They have taken our houses through an illegal foreclosure process, despite not having the original mortgage. --Occupy Movement Supports this Zuccotti Park Statement by the General assembly of Occupy Wall Street 10/2011....I suggest this core concept which fits with our original focus on BOA....Needed are core hours of protest under the BOA sign. Those that protest 3 hours get to hang out in the camp I will gladly wait on them. What is needed from the interneters are templates for protest action used by other occupy, bring them to us. What is needed from the media committee is self reporting to let our own people know what we are doing. One or more work groups with real leadership are needed to cause this to happen. Your thoughts/commitments...[ Terry Bankert 01/06/2012]

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