When you were married, you made a sacred vow to your spouse. Religion guides how we make decisions for our lives. These beliefs are often adopted into our child's lifestyle as he or she grows into adulthood. Often the paternal roles dictated by religion can conflict with the legal role of a primary caretaker in a post-divorce custody agreement.
The breakdown of a marriage creates new challenges for parents. Often, the loss of trust between spouses can create stressors and animosity. At the same time, children are often confused about why their parents are separating. Michigan courts evaluate the best interests of the children an addressing child custody and parenting time issues. But in a highly stressful time, parents often have trouble finding common ground in negotiating or mediating custody and visitation arrangements.
There is a lot that goes into being a good parent. Detroit parents often work hard to earn a living and provide for their children. They also provide love, guidance and nurturing to their children, among other things.
Many Detroit residents have, at one time or another, been accused of something they did not do. These allegations can be troubling, particularly when the allegations involve serious matters that must be rebutted and overcome.
Detroit parents typically do everything in their power to provide a loving home for their children. From putting in long hours at work to going the extra mile at home, individuals seemingly never have time off when it comes to the job of parenting.
The bond between Detroit parents and their children is important. The last thing that many parents would expect to interfere with this relationship is the other parent. And yet, as discussed last week in this blog, it is not uncommon for another parent to interfere with the parent-child relationship in and after a divorce.
There is often nothing more important to Detroit residents than their children. Detroit parents work hard to provide for their children and foster a loving and healthy relationship as their children grow older.
When a Michigan couple has a child but are no longer together, the best interests of the child need to come to the forefront. However, it is unavoidable that certain cases will evolve into a child custody dispute. There can be numerous reasons for this. Regardless of why it is happening, those who are embroiled in a battle over child custody must remember that their position must be firmly entrenched on strong legal grounds. For that, it is important to have legal help with the case.
When Detroit residents make difficult decisions, there are often many different considerations that have to be taken into effect. Parents may need to examine multiple factors, for example, when they are making major decisions in raising their children.
Nothing is more important for Detroit residents than their relationship with their children. The law recognizes the importance of this relationship and seeks to allow the child to have a meaningful relationship with each parent.