Our divorce and child support attorneys also can assist you with any of the following:

•Michigan Divorce
•Separation agreements in Michigan
•Michigan Child custody
•Michigan Joint custody
•Michigan Sole custody
•Michigan Shared custody
•Michigan Fathers custody
•Michigan Child support
•Equitable distribution of property in MI
•Post-separation support and alimony
•Domestic violence protective orders (PPO) 
•Visitation rights in Michigan 
•Temporary Child Custody
 

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18551 W. Warren Ave 
Detroit, MI. 48228 
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Southfield, MI 48075
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Who Will Get Child Custody in Michigan Divorce?
Assisting clients with child and joint custody cases
In Michigan, parents have the option to agree on a parenting plan outside of the courtroom or the court will decide the custody. The legal standard is always the child’s “best interest.”

This determination is based on the best interests of the child and includes many different factors, such as:

The age and the physical and mental condition of the child
The age and the physical and mental condition of each parent
The existing relationship between the child and each parent
The needs of the child
Whether either parent has failed to make all child support payments
The willingness of each parent to support and facilitate the children's ongoing relationship with the other parent
Any history of domestic violence
Other factors 
TYPES OF CHILD CUSTODY
Physical Custody
Legal Custody
Joint Physical Custody 
Sole Legal Custody
Physical custody refers to where and with whom the child will live.That person has the responsibility to provide a primary home for the child, including basic necessities like shelter, food, clothing, and proper care and supervision.
means that one parent shall have the right and the responsibility to make the decisions relating to the health, safety, education and welfare of a child. 
Legal custody deals with which parent will have decision-making power regarding the health of the child, his or her education, and his or her general welfare.
Joint physical custody means that the child will reside with both parents in a way to ensure frequent and continuing contact with both parents. However, that does not mean the child’s time must be equally divided with each parent.
We Handle
Contested Custody Litigation
Motions For Change Of Custody
Response To A Motion For Change Of Custody 
Parent Relocation
Parental Rights, Visitation Agreements
Father Rights Under The Laws 
Fighting For Custody