Michigan Custody Question Answered in Ask An Attorney
White Lake Custody Attorney Kathryn Wayne-Spindler answers Michigan Custody Question
Milford Family Law Attorney Kathryn Wayne-Spindler was recently featured in a West Oakland County Spinal Column News feature answering a Michigan Custody Question about the child’s role in changes to existing custody orders. She discussed what goes into a court’s decision regarding a Michigan custody question and whether a child can contribute to the decision-making. Wayne-Spindler explains that the court can opt to hear the child’s preference privately. The child’s wishes are just one of 12 factors that determine custody and visitation orders in Michigan. The others include the mental, emotional, physical and financial abilities and desires of the parents to provide a loving, stable, nurturing environment for the child.
Contact Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates for more information about petitions to the court to change existing Child Custody Orders and the role of the child in that process. Call the Milford, Michigan law office at 248-685-8888. The experienced Child Custody attorneys handle cases throughout Southeastern Michigan including Oakland, Washtenaw, Wayne, Genesee and Livingston Counties. Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates serves clients in Milford, Highland, Hartland, Wixom, White Lake, Commerce, New Hudson, South Lyon, Grand Blanc, Holly and many more local communities.