In the State of Michigan, paternity can be revoked. However, a court may refuse to enter an order setting aside a paternity determination, revoking an acknowledgment of parentage, determining that a genetic father is not a child’s father, or determining that a child is born out of wedlock if the court finds evidence that theContinue reading “What Factors Do Michigan Courts Consider in Revoking Paternity?”
In the State of Michigan only certain relatives have the right to request visitation with a minor child. A recent Michigan Court of Appeals decision clarified this issue which allows for the minor to be cut off from contact with certain relatives. Only parents or grandparents have a right to request visitation with a minorContinue reading “Which Relatives Have the Right to Request Visitation with Minor Child in Michigan?”
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DIANA MOHYI ATTORNEY AT LAW P.C.