Michigan Custody Law can be broken down into three steps. First, (in modification cases), you must address proper cause or change of circumstances. Second, you must address an established custodial environment. Third, you must address the best interest of the child factors.
Michigan child custody and parenting time – The moral fitness of the parties. By: Daniel Findling In every parenting time and custody case in Michigan, the court is required to evaluate the best interest of the children. Michigan adopted the Child Custody Act and requires a court to consider the best interest of a child.[…]