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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 25, 1981-Page 5

by Don RubinH
The modern cylinder lock was
invented in 1848 by Linus
Yale, Jr., who adapted the
idea from a principle several
hundred years old.
Briefly, the lock operates
through a series of spring-
} driven.pin tumblers, each of
which is divided into upper
and lower sections.
When the correct key is
inserted, the pins are aligned
with the surface of the plug,
allowing the cylinder to turn.



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go to Yale to prove you under-
stand the principle. All you
have to do is pick the right
key for the lock to your right.
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You can do your own divorce


Questions of general interest can
.be answered through this column by
Student Legal Services attorneys.
Please address your questions to-
Student Legal Services, Advice
Column, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor,
ichigan, 48109. We cannot make a
personal reply, nor do we consider
that we have established an attor-
ney-client relationship with our,
Q. My husband and I have been
married for two years and have decided
to divorce. We don't have kids, and
we've made an agreement about
*lviding our property. Can StudentJ
Legal Services help us get a divorce?
A. Yes. If you have reached a property
settlement which is agreeable to both of
you, you can do-your own divorce with a
kit from Student Legal Services, under
the guidance of an attorney.
First, you'll be interviewed to deter-
mine that you fall within the guidelines
for the kit. If you do, you'll receive a kit
to fill out. Each completed section must
be checked by an attorney, and you will
e instructed on how to file the
documents in court.
One caution: We suggest that you not
agree to any property settlement until



you have con'sulted an attorney as to
your legal rights. Many times, spouses
who have not worked outside the home
underestimate their non-economic'con-
tributions to the marriage.
Kits are available for people with
children, too.*
Q. I was divorced three years ago and
my ek-husband was ordered to pay
child support of $20 per week for our
two children. At the time he was unem-
ployed, but since September he's been a
full-time teacher earning $22,000 a
year. I've asked him to pay more sup-
port, but he refuses. Is there any way to
get him to pay more through the cour-
A, Yes. When there has been a change
of circumstances, such as an unem-
ployed person obtaining a job, you may

ask the court which granted the divorce
to order a change in the amount of child
If you were divorced in Washtenaw
County, a lawyer from Student Legal
Services can represent you in court.
Even if you were divorced in another
county or state, we can advise you of
your rights.
Q. My husband, who is not a student,
filed for divorce and is seeking custody
of our two children. I've talked to a few
attorneys in town, who have said I'd
need to come up.with $500 before they'd
represent me in a custody case, and
that the total cost will be as much as
$2,000 to ;3;000. How much do you
charge for this kind of case?
A. The services of attorneys at Student
Legal Services are provided free to all
students. The only costs you pay are
court costs, which in a divorce are
usually less than $100. There may be
additional fees in a child custody case,
such as fees for expert witnesses or
other related costs.

Q. What is a no-fault divorce, and who
can get one?
A. A "no-fault',' divorce is the only kind
of divorce which can be obtained in
Michigan. The "no-fault" law, which
was enacted several years ago,
established that the only grounds for
divorce are that there has been a
breakdown in a marriage relationship,
and that the objects of matrimony have
been destroyed so that the marriage
qpnnot be preserved. In order to obtain
a divorce, you tnust have been a
Michigan resident for six months
before you file. If you have no children,
there is a two month waiting period
from the time you file until the earliest
date for obtaininig a judgment. If you
do have children, the waiting period is
six months.

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rower Center
Tickets at $9.0 $ .0, .,$50

Tickets at Bu

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Weekdays 9-4:30, Sat. 9-12 (313) 665-3717
Tickets also available at Power Center
1% hours before performance time

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