Relationships Can Affect Your Custody Rights
In a recently published decision from the Michigan Court of Appeals (in re Freid), a trial court's decision was upheld to recind one party's custody rights because of her decision to continue post-judgment relations with an abusive boyfriend. It appears that the boyfriend was both verbally and physically abusive, however the extent of the abuse is somewhat blurred. This case supports the proposition that post-judgment activities may have a substantial effect upon important domestic rights. The Cutler Law Firm utilizes the most up-to-date Court decisions to support your claims to secure the results that you desire.
What may be acceptable in the judgment of divorce can quickly change once the ink is dry. Decrees must consider the acts of the other party after the paperwork is signed. When the case is rushed just to be finished is when the real problems begin. Be certain to have sufficient time to review each provision in the proposed decree and consider the future events in your lives and how they will be impacted by the Judgment.
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