The trial court’s opinion and order terminated respondent’s parental rights to the minor child under MCL 710.51(6) (failure to comply with a support order for two years or more and failure to visit, contact, or communicate with the child for two years or more).
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In an issue of first impression, the court held that a support order is irrelevant in determining whether a child who has turned 18 but is still attending high school is residing on a "full-time" basis with the support payee
In a published case, the Court of Appeals reversed the trial court's order to the extent it ruled that compliance with the parenting time order constituted "full-time" and remanded for it to consider (where relevant) the Workman factors in...