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Your Parent-Child Bond Can Influence Custody Decisions

Going through child custody negotiations can feel impersonal and frustrating, and you may feel that you are receiving orders from judges that have no knowledge of you or your child. However, you may not realize that child custody courts are surprisin…
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The Factors Considered in a Michigan Child Custody Case

Child custody is always a difficult issue to deal with when two parents separate. There may be disagreements on how best to raise a child, and there may also be concerns from one parent about the child’s safety and welfare when they are with th…
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Proving That You Deserve Sole Custody of Your Child Isn't Easy

Parents who question their ex’s ability to raise their child may decide to wage a custody battle in hopes of being awarded more parenting time. Those who decide to do this often ask what it takes for a judge to decide to award increased custody…
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Child Custody Concerns: When Could a Parent Lose Custody?

Michigan family law courts will always make decisions that are in the best interest of the children involved. Usually, in the case of a divorce, the best interest of the child involves him or her being able to spend as much time as possible with both…
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Could 'Bird's Nest Custody' Work For You?

When Michigan parents divorce, they must make some hard choices about the custody of their children and where all parties will live once the split is final. The family law courts tend to prefer co-parenting arrangements unless there are mitigating fa…
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Child Custody, Living Situations and Factors the Court Considers

When seeking custody of your children in a divorce case, the court is going to carefully consider a lot of different factors to decide what is in the best interests of the children. Parents are naturally biased. While the court does want to keep fami…
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When Could a Parent Lose His or Her Parental Rights

Not all Michigan parents are fit to raise children. While courts largely view it to be in the best interest of children to have a mother and father who both spend time as their caregivers, there are circumstances when a parent has various problems th…
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Making Changes in Your Parenting Style After Divorce

You already know that your life is going to change after you go through a divorce. What you may not realize is that your parenting style might also change. This comes for a variety of reasons but it can shock your children when things start to change…
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