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Month: March 2016

  • 22
    March

    Establishing Paternity in Michigan

    By Jeffrey M. Salassa

    Establishing Paternity in Michigan
    For most children, there is no question as to who their parents are. However, as the marriage rate continues to drop as millennials enter and progress through adulthood, issues of paternity and who has rights as a legal parent are likely to become more common. Unmarried parents rarely ...
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  • Parental Rights and Obligations for Children Born to Unmarried Couples
    Most children grow up knowing who their parents are without question and see their parents' authority and legal status recognized by those that matter, such as school officials, doctors, and government agencies. Recognition as a child's parent brings with it rights regarding the physical custody of the child ...
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  • What Do You Need for a Legal Marriage in Michigan?
    The ability to marry is seen as one of the main tenets of life in a free society and, in many respects, forms the bedrock of family law issues. Deciding, and then planning, to marry is viewed as a joyous occasion for an overwhelming majority of couples. Those ...
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  • 2
    March

    Enforcing Child Support Court Orders

    By Jeffrey M. Salassa

    Enforcing Child Support Court Orders
    For most single parents child support payments are essential to their ability to provide the basic necessities for their children and if child support payments are irregular or nonexistent, the stability of the entire family is often threatened. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is involved ...
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