Michigan Child Custody - DV Charges
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A Michigan judge must examine the best interest of each individual child, but will keep the children together if that is indeed in the best interest of the child.
Trial courts are required to make "best interests" findings of fact in each of the following circumstances:
- When a parent seeks to terminate a full minor guardianship;
- When a parent or the parent with right to custody seeks to terminate a limited minor guardianship and the parent has not substantially complied with the limited guardianship placement plan;
- When the court, following a review if it is in the best interests of the minor child, decides to terminate the guardianship;
- Parenting time requests;
- Requests for removal of a guardian; and
- Custody and parenting time decisions.
Should I file for divorce first if my spouse falsely accused me of domestic violence?
When will I be allowed back into my house and to see my kids?
My wife wants to dismiss the case, why won't the prosecutor listen?
Will I lose my job if charged with domestic violence?
Can the prosecutor make my own kids testify against me in court?
Can my spouse take away my retirement and savings if charged with Domestic violence?
What's the difference between a jury and a bench trial?
How can I get rid of a no-contact order?