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Termination of Parental Rights in Michigan: What You Need to Know

Is CPS involved in your family life? Are you afraid you are going to lose your children? Potentially losing your child or children is one of the most stressful and scariest situations anyone would have to face. Just the fear

Michigan Juvenile Court Defense Attorney: Top Strategies for the Best Outcome

Navigating the juvenile court system can be overwhelming and scary for parents and teenagers. We are here to help. The juvenile court system is set up differently from the adult system. One of the main differences is in how the

Abusive Head Trauma & Child Abuse: Charges, Penalties, and Defense

The term Abusive Head Trauma is not a legal term, but a medical term. It used to be called “Shaken Baby Syndrome.” Even though this isn’t a legal term, it is a term used in the broader medical and scientific

Domestic Violence Lies, Divorce Truths and What You Need To Know

Have you been charged with domestic violence? There are some men out there who are using the legal system to get the upper hand in their divorce proceedings.

First Degree Child Abuse in Michigan: What You Need to Know

It’s the kind of story you cringe to hear about or read in the news. A baby was taken to the hospital with a broken leg. A boyfriend is now facing criminal charges for child abuse.

Are There Any Parental Rights For Rapists?

It all started with a change.org petition email with the subject, “a rapist granted child custody?” The petitioners wanted a Michigan judge’s decision to be overturned. In addition, they want the judge himself to be impeached and removed from his

Michigan Child Pornography Laws and Project Safe Childhood

Matthew John Andaluz, 44, of Battle Creek was sent to prison in September 2017 to serve a 30-year term, followed by 10 years of supervised release. His crime? Andaluz created a series of child pornography which he shared on the

Michigan No Fault Divorce & Domestic Violence: What You Need to Know

By now, most people who have been through a divorce understand the divorce laws in our country. However, what you might now know is how the most prevalent type of divorce laws here – the “No Fault Divorce” – may

Parenting and the Law: Free Range Parents Vs. Helicopter – What Is Legal?

I was recently told this story about a mom of young kids, who was concerned she could be charged with child neglect or abuse for parenting decisions she believed she was making for the health and well-being of her kids.

Postnuptial Agreement – What You Need to Know

More and more couples these days are planning for the worst by creating a postnuptial agreement. This is different from a prenuptial agreement as it is done after the couple is married and not before.