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Actress involved in custody dispute

From relocation to property division and alimony, there are a wide variety of challenges that some parents have to deal with after a divorce. However, child custody matters can be particularly emotional for parents in Clinton Township, Michigan, and throughout the United States. Whether parents are fighting for visitation rights or legal custody of their child, it is very important for anyone who is in this position to closely evaluate the ins and outs of their situation and pinpoint the smartest course of action.

Preparing for your child custody dispute

Custody disputes can be one of the most emotionally draining and stressful parts of a divorce. Because of this, it is important for parents who are facing a potential custody dispute to have full awareness of what hurdles they may be facing.

Two-state custody battle over young girl to go to trial

There’s no question that a child custody battle can be one of the most difficult aspects to any divorce. In most cases both parents want to continue being an integral part of their children’s lives. That means both parents usually want to have visitation rights as well as input in any important decisions regarding their children’s future. However, sometimes, couples in Clinton Township just can’t agree on a settlement without legal intervention.

Judge rules in favor of actor in child custody battle

Child custody battles are almost never an easy thing to go through in Clinton Township. There are so many emotions involved and both parents are fighting for the right to live with their child, or at least be able to have visitation rights. These kinds of battles can be bitter and can take many twists and turns as parents take their arguments to the courts and let judges figure them out.

Lorrie J. Zahodnic

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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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