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What are the 2 kinds of joint custody in Michigan?

Child custody is a major issue for Michigan parents who are ending their relationship. While it can be contentious, there are times when it can also be amicable. It is easy to say that many cases will end up somewhere in between, but they are all different, and parents -- regardless of their situation -- should be aware of how joint custody is handled and what the two kinds of joint custody are.

With child custody, when must a judge grant approval to relocate?

With Michigan child custody cases one problem that can come up is if the custodial parent wants to relocate with the child. The custodial parent can move to another location with the child should he or she choose to do so, but there are two exceptions to that rule. Understanding how to handle these complex situations is integral to resolving them.

What should I know about seasonal parenting plans in Michigan?

When a Michigan couple parts ways and has children, one of the most common issues for dispute is how the parental rights and parenting time will be allocated. The state has certain criteria that it uses to determine how this is handled. Parents often have different ideas as to what they prefer. A common period in which there are disagreements is when the children are off from school. The Michigan Parenting Time Guideline can be useful to help the parents come to a consensus in the best interests of the child and do so while trying to avoid acrimony.

What are the two different types of joint custody in Michigan?

When parents in Michigan have parted ways as a couple and are debating child custody, it is important to understand the different types of custody that the courts can decide upon and how the best interests of the child will factor in. When it is determined that joint custody is best, parents should know that there are two different types of joint custody. As the case moves forward, these issues should be weighed. This is true whether the parents can amicably discuss the case and negotiate, if the case is contentious and rife with dispute and anywhere in between.

How are child custody determinations made in Michigan?

Child custody is a primary concern for parents during divorce and they may wonder how child custody is determined. Whether divorcing couples are negotiating child custody or the family law court is making child custody decisions, the best interests of the child is always the focus of child custody determinations.

Three tips for effective co-parenting following divorce

Divorce can be difficult. When you and your ex share children together, there's usually no chance of cutting all ties and going your separate ways. If your ex is still in your childrens' lives, you need to find a way of carrying on some kind of cooperative relationship together.

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