Michigan Child Custody Lawyer – Phone: 248-646-7980
When a divorce involves children, questions often arise that require parents to balance the best interests of their children with their own needs. Confusing questions arise regarding the difference between physical custody and legal custody. What happens when both parents have concerns about where the child will live? How will visitation and parenting time work?
The child custody lawyer at the Law Offices of Michael A. Robbins in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, represents men and women in all divorce-related matters, including custody and visitation. The worries commonly expressed by parents include:
- How is custody decided?
- What is joint custody?
- At what age, if there is one, can a child decide where he or she wants to live?
- What is the shared economic responsibility formula?
- What if one parent moves to another state?
- What are reasonable expectations for child care?
Michael A. Robbins has significant experience representing clients with child custody, visitation and parenting time issues. He represents mothers and fathers throughout Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties in the design, enforcement and modification of custody, parenting time and visitation orders. Mr. Robbins has worked considerably with Friend of the Court in Michigan, advising and representing clients in divorce trials, mediation and hearings throughout the Tri-County area.
A nationally recognized authority in divorce and family law, Mr. Robbins has lectured and written articles addressing a multitude of custody and visitation issues, including third-party custody rights and visitation. His child custody questionnaire is used by lawyers and parents throughout Michigan. He has been featured on numerous local and national telecasts, including “Good Morning America,” the “Today” show and “CBS This Morning.”
To learn more about custody issues in Michigan, see Mr. Robbins’ article about Joint Custody.
If you are contemplating a divorce or have been served with a complaint for divorce and have concerns about how it will impact your time and relationship with your children, then schedule a confidential consultation with experienced Michigan child custody attorney Michael A. Robbins. Call us at 248-646-7980, or fill out our intake form on our Contact page. Located in Bloomfield Hills, Mr. Robbins accepts cases in the Tri-County area of Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties and throughout the state.