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Assisting parents who are fighting for child custody

Each day, parents throughout the United States struggle with emotional pain and stress due to child custody disputes. If you are dealing with this firsthand, you probably understand how difficult a custody dispute can be. At the law offices of Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C., we work hard to help parents who are in this position understand their legal options and identify the best path forward. If you live in Clinton Township, it is very important to understand how child custody laws in the state of Michigan could impact your case and ensure that you take the appropriate course of action.

When it comes to divorce, couples may face a wide variety of challenges. After all, legal issues such as property division and alimony can be very complicated. However, it is crucial for parents to focus on working towards a solution that is in the best interests of their child at all times. Unfortunately, separation can be especially hard for children and losing the ability to spend time with a parent can affect them in many ways, such as causing them to encounter problems in school. As a result, parents must understand the importance of taking the right steps and doing everything in their ability to secure a successful outcome. Our law firm knows all too well the various obstacles that parents who are going through this sometimes face and we remain committed to making life easier for people who are in this position.

Please visit our page on child custody for additional information on how we assist those who are fighting for legal custody of their child.

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Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C. has provided skilled and compassionate legal guidance to Michiganders in family law matters for over 20 years.

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