In custody disputes, some state laws require that a child have a genetic connection to a parent in order to obtain custody of the child. Michigan’s Court of Appeals recently concluded that requiring a genetic connection between parent and child was not supported by Michigan’s Acknowledgment of Parentage Act. That is a significant development thatContinue reading “Does A Parent Require a Genetic Connection to a Child in Michigan?”
Generally whenever a parent requests a change to a Michigan custody agreement, which changes the established custodial environment, that parent must show proper cause or change of circumstances. The moving party must show clear and convincing evidence of the need to make that change. The parent must also show that it is in the bestContinue reading “Does Changing Custodian of Child’s Passport Change the Custodial Environment?”
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DIANA MOHYI ATTORNEY AT LAW P.C.