Liz Bransdorfer’s article “Domicile and No-Fault Reform” was published in the April 2020 edition of Michigan Family Law Journal. In the article, Liz provides information regarding how the upcoming amendment to the no-fault automobile insurance will require special attention by divorced and never-married parents. She explains that in a Supreme Court decision, the Court held that a child may have only one domicile and that the custody and parenting time order, not the custodial situation of the child, determines what domicile the child will have. This ruling affects medical expense coverage for children injured in auto accidents. If you have questions regarding this upcoming no-fault insurance change, please contact Liz Bransdorfer at email@example.com.
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