Child custody Lawyers
Child Custody in Michigan
Child custody is one of the toughest aspects of a divorce and has a major impact upon you and your children's futures. It is important to have an experienced attorney who can help you navigate the legal system, advocate for your parental rights, and protect your child's best interests.
At our law firm, we have experienced child custody attorneys who will litigate and negotiate for you striving to achieve the best possible outcome for you. We will work with you to understand your cases and develop a strategy to achieve the best possible outcome given your specific circumstances. We will also represent you in court and fight for your child's best interests.
We understand that child custody cases can be emotionally and financially draining. We are here to support you through the process and help you get through this difficult time.
What is Child Custody?
Child custody is the legal arrangement that determines where a child will live and who will make decisions about their upbringing. There are two types of child custody: legal custody and physical custody.
Legal custody refers to the right to make decisions about a child's major life issues, such as education, medical care, and religious upbringing. In Michigan, there are two types of legal custody: sole legal custody and joint legal custody.
Physical custody refers to the time a child spends with each parent. In Michigan, there are two types of physical custody: sole physical custody and joint physical custody.
The Best Interests of the Child
In Michigan, the court must decide what is in the best interests of the child when making a child custody decision. The court will consider a number of factors, including:
What Can We Do for You?
At our law firm, we can help you with all aspects of child custody, including:
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If you are facing a child custody issue, contact our law firm today for a free consultation. We will help you understand your legal rights and options and develop a strategy to advocate for your parenting rights.