Child Custody, Parenting Time and Support
If you have children, you and your spouse may have already decided with whom the children will live. Normally, the Judge will accept this decision. However, if there is a dispute about physical custody, a trial will be necessary. In a trial, the Judge will hear all relevant evidence, testimony from all relevant witnesses, the argument of the attorneys and then decide the issue.
Michigan law does not favor the mother or the father. Instead, the Court decides what is in the best interests of the children. The Court considers many specific factors in making its decision, and must consider the evidence presented on each factor. Presentation by an attorney of all the important evidence is essential to a favorable custody, parenting time and child support determination.
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