Household Regulation – Custody – Change Of Circumstances – Michigan Attorneys Weekly

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March 5, 2021

If a judge has granted a plaintiff’s request to change the legal and physical custody of his minor children, the judge’s decision should be upheld despite the defendant mother’s argument that there was no reasonable cause or change in the circumstances that caused enabled the judge to re-examine custody. Full access to news articles on is available to registered Michigan Lawyers Weekly subscribers. Subscribers can sign up on the Sign Up tab below. Others can join our audience today with a subscription.

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