Michigan Parenting Time Blog Articles

Michigan Parenting Time Blog articles from the attorneys at Bruce Law Firm

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Denying Parenting Time In Michigan? Your Guide To The Law

If you are a Michigan parent considering denying parenting time to the other parent, you need to know about the law. The Michigan court system takes parenting time very seriously and will not allow parents to deny the other parent their parenting time without good reason.

A parenting time schedule is a schedule of the noncustodial parents’ time with the minor children. The parenting time schedule is a court order and is enforced by the Circuit Courts in Michigan.

We will discuss the basics of custody and parenting time in Michigan and what you need to know if you are considering denying parenting time. We will also provide information on how to get help if you are struggling with parenting time issues.

Can My Ex Leave My Child with His Girlfriend? Custody and Visitation Rights in Michigan

Can my ex leave my child with his girlfriend? This is a common question a lawyer hears. Is their partner/boyfriend allowed to come into contact with my children? In most situations, the answer to this question will be “Yes.” They are usually permitted to see the children and care for them during your ex’s parenting time.

However, the answer to this question is not as straightforward as you might think. We will explore the custody and visitation rights of parents in Michigan. We will also provide some guidance on what you can do if you are concerned about your child’s safety.

At What Age Can A Child Decide Which Parent To Live With In Michigan?

Michigan, child custody law is a highly complex area of family law. Many questions arise when deciding child custody, including, “At what age can a child decide which parent to live within Michigan?” A child in Michigan never receives an absolute right to decide where they live until they turn 18 years old. The reasonable preference of the child is just one factor the Court reviews when determining child custody and parenting time.

The best thing you can do for your child is finding an experienced family law lawyer. In addition, it would be best if you had a custody and divorce lawyer if you find yourself in a child custody battle.

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