Michigan Courts presume an equitable division of marital property, generally meaning any property accumulated by either party’s contributions or efforts during their marriage. Equitable division doesn’t always mean a 50/50 split, but rather just and reasonable in light of equitable principals.
- The duration of the marriage;
- The contributions of the parties to the marital estate;
- The age of the parties;
- The health of the parties;
- The life status of the parties;
- The necessities and circumstances of the parties;
- The earning ability of the parties;
- The past relations and conduct of the parties;
- General principals of equity.
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