Bloomfield Hills Child Visitation Lawyer And Parenting Time Attorney – Phone: 248-646-7980
Located in Bloomfield Hills, the child visitation and parenting time lawyer at the Law Offices of Michael A. Robbins has been representing mothers and fathers in issues regarding child visitation (or parenting time) in Michigan’s Tri-county area (Oakland County-Wayne County-Macomb County) for over 30 years.
Issues surrounding visitation and parenting time generally involve when and where children will spend their time, including:
- School breaks
Since having more days of parenting time can impact child support payments, child visitation issues often surround these matters.
Michael Robbins is a former elected Chairperson (President) of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan as well as a member of the Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and is recognized by judges and other lawyers as an expert in the family law field. For help with your parenting time issues, contact child visitation lawyer Michael A. Robbins today, and get the help and advice you need.
Experienced Bloomfield Hills Child Visitation And Parenting Time Lawyer
As a skilled Bloomfield Hills child visitation lawyer and parenting time attorney, Mr. Robbins knows other visitation issues can occur before or after your divorce, including the following:
- Parent moving (especially out of state) or change of residence
- Alcohol or drug problems (or other issues that may call for supervised parenting time)
- Former spouse’s new significant other who may negatively affect a minor child
- Disabled, emotionally challenged or sick child
- Disabled or sick parent
If there is a considerable change of circumstances, you may be able to alter the divorce decree regarding child custody or child visitation or parenting time. Please schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced Broomfield Hills child visitation and parenting time lawyer by calling us at 248-646-7980, or filling out our intake form on our Contact Us page.
For more information regarding child visitation, please check out Mr. Robbins’ article entitled: Visitation/Parenting Time: An Overview and his Parenting Time Modifications article.