Co-Parenting Tip 4: Make Transitions and Visitation Easier

Every reunion with one parent is also a separation with the other, each “hello” also a “goodbye.” The actual move from one household to another, whether it happens every few days or just certain weekends, can be a very hard time for children. While transitions are unavoidable, there are many things you can do to help make them easier on your children.

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Child Support in Michigan

Recently, a client asked a question regarding a potential proposed change to the law that would greatly affect Michigan Child Support and Parenting Time. Under proposed bill HB 4691 that passed the House Judiciary Committee on June 20, 2017, absent reports of domestic violence, judges would be required to award joint legal custody of children to divorcing parents. It is important to remember that this is a PROPOSED bill; below is a summary of how child support is currently determined.

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