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October 2014 Archives

Interesting divorce trends for college graduates and grandparents

While the common statistic that is cited when it comes to divorce in Michigan is that half of the married couples are doing it, the reality is that statistics can be broken down much more thoroughly by specific groups. Looking at these groups can show some interesting trends that may otherwise be overlooked.

How paternity can be revoked in Michigan

When people are interested in paternity in Michigan, it is often because they want to prove that a child really belongs to them. However, a lesser-known reason to get involved with this is to have paternity rights revoked, something that can be done. It is important for people to know how this works so that they can make sure they use all of their legal options in paternity cases.

Supervised visitation offers options for Michigan parents

If there is some concern about your child's well-being, can you still be involved in his or her life through child custody proceedings? Indeed, even parents who may not be entrusted with their children on their own may be entitled to supervised visitation, which allows for parenting time in a structured, monitored setting. Michigan parents do not have to be excluded from their child's life entirely just because they have experienced some behavioral or legal issues.

When a DNA test is not enough: Fathers' rights in court

As an unwed father, you may be worrying about the status of your parental rights even before your child is born. Truly, establishing paternity is a key step in obtaining the fathers' rights you deserve. Fathers should realize that biological paternity does not automatically confer rights upon a dad; rather, a court order is often required. This is where an experienced family attorney can help you protect your legal rights in court, improving your likelihood of success when battling custody issues.