Parenting time and visitation issues often
involve when and where the children will spend their
time including, weekdays, weekends, holidays,
summers, school breaks, and birthdays. Parenting
time is generally granted to the non-custodial
parent and is granted in accordance with the best
interests of the child. Moreover, parenting time
is granted to a parent in frequency, duration and
type reasonably calculated to promote a strong
relationship between the child and the parent
granted parenting time.
Parenting time agreements may state that
general visitations are granted, which allows the
parents flexibility in deciding the date and time of
said visitation. However, in many circumstances,
specific visitation hours and dates are written into
a court order.
Disputes over parenting time/visitation
rights are governed by the Child Custody Act which
requires the court take the best interests of the
child into account. In addition, the court may
modify or amend its previous parenting time/visitation
orders for proper cause shown or by showing a change
in circumstances warranting said change.
Since having more days of parenting time can
also affect child support payments, child visitation
disputes often include this issue.
Parenting Time Bloomfield Hills
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Robbins and Licavoli,
PLLC represents clients throughout Metropolitan
Detroit including Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills,
Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Berkley, Ferndale,
Huntington Woods, Farmington Hills, Troy, Novi,
Northville, Walled Lake, Commerce Township, Grosse
Pointe, Auburn Hills, Clarkston, Sterling Heights,
Mount Clemens and St. Clair Shores. The Law Offices
of Robbins and Licavoli, also represents clients
throughout the counties of Oakland County,
Livingston County, Macomb County, Washtenaw County,
and Wayne County.
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