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Four Ways to Help Your Chance of Winning Child Custody

As a parent, facing the fact that you may spend less time with your child is the scariest part of any divorce. It is for your spouse, too. Due to this, child custody issues are typically the most heated in any divorce that involves children, with each side fighting to win their child custody hearing. To help you have the…

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How to Prepare Children for Divorce

Divorce is difficult for the couple going through it, but it can be even harder for the children involved. Children do not have some of the advantages the adults going through a divorce do, including knowing why the divorce is happening. For this reason, it is important to understand what to do to properly prepare your children for your divorce…

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What is a Friend of the Court in St. Clair Shores?

When a divorce involves children, the parents typically know issues such as child custody and child support are going to be a part of the proceedings. However, they often do not know what those proceedings entail, which makes it more difficult once they begin. One factor involved in these proceedings is the Friend of the Court (FOC). The FOC plays…

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Details Matter When Making a Michigan Parenting Plan

For couples who are unmarried or getting a divorce, parenting time is often a contentious issue.  Previously, the court would issue an order appointing one parent as the primary guardian, while the other would get visitation on weeknights and every other weekend. Today, the Michigan courts urge parents to develop a time sharing schedule that allows both to play an…

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Child Custody Modifications

Child custody issues are frequently at the center of legal battles in divorce proceedings. For  courts, the top priority is the best interests of the child, and judges generally aim for time sharing plans which allow both parents to remain active in their child’s life. There are situations where custody orders have failed to take into consideration all of the…

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New Law Would Change Joint Custody Requirements

The Michigan Legislature is currently considering a new bill that if passed, would require judges to award joint custody and substantially equal parenting time in most divorce cases. The bill passed the House Judiciary Committee on June 20, although a vote is not expected until after summer recess. If you have questions about how the law could affect you or…

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