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The role of fault in Michigan divorce cases, P.1

Most of the time nowadays, when people file for divorce, they do so on a no-fault basis. This is true in every state, including Michigan. This does not mean, however, that fault has no part to play in divorce. Here in Michigan, fault can come into play in property division and child custody matters.

Work with experienced legal counsel in child custody disputes

Last time, we briefly spoke about the role of the friend of the court in child custody cases. As we noted, the friend of the court is responsible for conducting child custody investigations, so it is important for a parent to have a good working relationship with the friend of the court, but it is ultimately the judge who makes custody decisions.

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