We have a library of free articles to help parents getting divorced understand child custody issues. Please browse these important articles to learn about topics such as legal custody, physical custody, parenting time, visitation, parent relocation, and modification to existing child custody agreements.
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Gaining Custody of a Child Who Is Not Yours When a parent is deemed unfit to care for a child, we represent grandparents or other family members in their fight to gain third-party custody of the child.
Protecting Parents and Aiding Adoptions If you are seeking to adopt stepchildren, or to prevent your biological children from being adopted by stepparents, consult our Michigan adoption attorneys.
The Facts About Parenting Time and Visitation When a divorce involves children, everything is more complicated. Learn more about your right to parenting time and visitation and how our attorneys can help.
Representing Grandparents in Custody and Visitation Matters If you have played an important role in the life of your grandchild and you fear losing access to him because of a divorce, protect your rights with our help.
Attorneys Protecting Fathers’ Rights During Divorce Family courts in Michigan encourage the active participation of fathers after divorce. Our attorneys help protect fathers' rights to custody of their children.
The Ins and Outs of Custody and Changing Residence You may feel strongly that your child should be in a certain school district, but your ex may disagree. Learn about school districts, divorce, and custody here.
How to Arrange Child Custody Modifications If you find yourself in a situation where you need to modify your child custody agreement, consult our divorce legal team. We will help protect your rights.
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- "He fought DHS and the others at the courthouse to convince them I should have grandparenting time with my grandchildren." Gloria Loveland
- "When I contacted Mr. Barberi, not only did he know what needed to be done, but he had a plan to help my grandchildren be placed where they would have a chance to succeed." Margaret Matts