When it comes to deciding on child custody matters, there’s no easy way out. We can help you fight for the best possible outcome for your children. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling child custody hearings and will keep the best interests of your children in mind throughout the legal process.
When determining child custody, the court takes many factors into account before making a decision. Wood & Associates PLLC will make sure you are fully informed before appearing in court so you have the best possible chance at achieving a favorable outcome. During your custody hearing, you’ll get the chance to explain why you want custody and how you think the parenting time arrangements should go. The judge will take into consideration:
Learn more about the legal process by contacting Wood & Associates PLLC.
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Michigan requires the parties to be married for at least one year prior to the finalization of the step parent adoption process.
You do not have to be married to adopt a child. However, a single person is usually only able to adopt a child, without being married, if the child’s biological parents parental rights have been terminated and the child is now a ward of the state.