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Child Custody & Support

Putting Your Child First: Dedicated Child Custody & Support Representation from Attorneys That Care.

Child Custody and Support Attorney in Plymouth, Michigan

Navigating child custody and child support can be challenging and emotional for all involved. In the battle for custody, the child often suffers the most. To win your case with the least possible resistance, you need an attorney that can protect your rights, preserve your interests, and guide you through this complex process.

Your family’s circumstances are unique, and we tailor our approach to meet your specific needs, always prioritizing the best interests of your child. Aldrich Legal Services makes the best interests of your child a top priority while providing personalized and dedicated representation, working diligently to secure a favorable outcome for your family.

Our team understands the importance of stability and peace of mind during these difficult times, and we’re committed to helping you achieve that. Count on us to guide you through the legal process and help you achieve a favorable outcome in your child custody and child support case in Michigan.

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Child Custody/Support Cases We Take on in Michigan

At Aldrich Legal Services, we recognize the complexities and emotions involved in child custody and child support cases, and we’re committed to providing compassionate and effective representation. Our experienced attorneys handles a wide range of cases in Michigan, including:

  • Child custody disputes
  • Parenting time and visitation
  • Child support calculations
  • Enforcement of child support orders
  • Paternity issues
  • Grandparent visitation rights
  • Relocation disputes
  • Post-judgment modifications
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Frequently Asked Questions About
Child Custody and Support Cases in Michigan

In Michigan, child custody and parenting time are determined by the court based on the best interests of the child. Judges consider several factors, including the emotional ties between the child and each parent, the ability of each parent to provide for the child’s needs, and the willingness of each parent to encourage a relationship between the child and the other parent.

Michigan uses the Michigan Child Support Formula, which takes into account both parents’ incomes, the number of children, health care costs, childcare expenses, and parenting time arrangements to determine the appropriate amount of child support.

Yes, child custody and child support orders can be modified if there has been a significant change in circumstances that affects the best interests of the child, such as changes in income, relocation, or changes in the child’s needs.

A child custody and child support attorney can provide guidance and representation throughout the legal process, helping you navigate complex issues, negotiate settlements, and advocate for the best interests of your child in court.

Call Now and Get a Free Case Review

Don’t let a bad decision, an unfair contract, or a messy divorce get in the way of a promising future! Contact the experienced team at Aldrich Legal Services today to schedule your free initial consultation and secure reliable and trustworthy representation.

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