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Moving with Children After Separation or Divorce
The decision to move is not always simple for parents who are separated or divorced. If you want to relocate, you might need permission from the judge and/or the other parent. Read this article to learn more about Michigan’s rules for moving with children after separation or divorce.
Responding to a Motion to Change Domicile
Custody and parenting time arrangements can be difficult to work out for parents who are separated or divorced. Things can be even more complicated if your child’s other parent wants to move. Read this article to learn more about Michigan’s rules for moving with children after separation or divorce.
Responding to a Motion Regarding Child Support
Either parent can file a Motion Regarding Support in an existing family law case. A Motion Regarding Support is used to ask the court to start, raise or lower child support. If the other parent in your family law case files a Motion Regarding Support, you have a chance to respond. Read this article to learn how to file a Response to Motion Regarding Support in your family law case.
My Child’s Other Parent Asked to Discharge Child Support Debt
If your child’s other parent owes back child support (“arrears”), he or she may qualify to have some of the debt discharged (forgiven). Read this article if your child’s other parent has asked for a payment plan and/or discharge and you want to know your rights.