Trying to find the right child custody arrangement as part of a divorce case or even among parents who were never married can oftentimes be the most difficult part of family law cases in Michigan. For starters, every parent wants what is best for their children. The problems, however, arise when the parents simply cannot agree on what that is.
There are many different factors that can come into play when a family law court is attempting to make a determination about child custody. The relationships between everyone involved in the case, allegations of drug or alcohol abuse, school districts and schedules, extracurricular activities, the parent’s living situations – these factors, among many others, may play a part in your child custody dispute.
So, what can you do to make sure you are putting forward a persuasive argument in your case? Well, it starts with making sure you have an effective advocate by your side to review all the facts, consider all the options and press your case in court, if it comes to that.
Working with you
At our law firm, we work with our clients to attempt to find the best solution to their own unique child custody issues. Maybe direct negotiations between the parties will lead to a positive result, or maybe the issue needs to be argued in front of a judge. Whatever it takes, we do our best to get positive results for our clients. For more information, please visit the child custody overview section of our law firm’s website.