Household Regulation – Baby Custody – Lacking Findings – Michigan Attorneys Weekly

in Family Law, Michigan Court of Appeals, Opinion Digests, Practice Areas

September 24, 2021

If a defendant mother contested the decision of a judge to transfer custody of the minor children of the parties to the plaintiff father, remand custody is necessary because the judge has not made the necessary determinations. Michigan Lawyers Weekly subscribers who are logged in have full access to news articles on Others can join our audience today with a subscription.

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