... Defendant appeals by right a judgment of divorce entered after a six-day trial. ... We do not agree
with defendant's argument that MCL 552.9(1) requires plaintiff's continuing physical presence
in Jackson County for the 10 days immediately preceding filing for divorce. ...
... . III. THE UFTA'S APPLICATION TO PROPERTY SETTLEMENTS IN DIVORCE CASES.
In her appeal, Swabash argues ... a transfer. IV. UFTA RELIEF AND COLLATERAL
ATTACKS ON DIVORCE JUDGMENTS. The dissenting judge ...
... On September 14, 1993, the trial court entered the parties' consent judgment of divorce. The
judgment of divorce provided that defendant must pay permanent alimony of $125 a week to
plaintiff until further order of the court. In addition, the judgment of divorce provided: Plaintiff . ...
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