Facing complicated issues in Michigan’s family law courts

| Jan 18, 2021 | Brian E. Gordon, Family Law |

The prospect of being in a courtroom as part of a family law case can be quite intimidating for many people in Michigan. However, beyond the legal aspect of such a case, the issues at hand can be very personal as well, such as divorce, child custody or support issues or even paternity matters. Facing complicated issues in Michigan’s family law courts can be tough, but our readers should know that they don’t need to face such cases alone.

Defending your rights

In a family law matter, forceful advocacy for your position and your rights is usually a must. Yes, you may believe that the facts in the case are clearly on your side, but you’ll need to be able to present those facts in such a way that the fact-finder in court agrees with you. For example, in divorce cases many people focus on just getting the case over and done with, so that they can go on with their lives. However, the impact of a divorce case can be felt for years to come. It is important to make sure that you understand the process and then push for a fair result.

Issues related to the children

Any issues dealing with children can produce a wide range of emotions. Parents, after all, always want what is best for their kids. However, sometimes parents simply don’t agree on what, exactly, that is. When the family law judge is considering what is in the “best interests” of the child at issue, our readers should be sure to have an advocate by their side who understands the implications of the decision to be made.

At our law firm, we work with Michigan residents who are facing challenging family law issues. We do our best to attempt to make sure our clients have the information they need to make good decisions. For more information, please visit the family law overview section of our law firm’s website.