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Child Support & Parenting Time

Child Support & Parenting Time

Defending a Parent's Rights

Child Support

Whether a couple has small children or adolescents, Michigan’s child support laws determine how much support must be paid to provide for each child. Because so many factors can influence how much you must pay in child support, you should work with an attorney who has measured experience working on similar cases. As a family law attorney with more than two decades of experience, Annette can help you get a child support ruling that is in the best interest of you and your child.

Parenting Time

Along with the details of child custody and child support, parents going through a divorce are frequently concerned about one important question: How much time will I get to spend with my children? It’s understandable that every parent should want to spend as much time as possible with their children, and many courts will outline a parenting plan that is aimed at maintaining a specific parenting time schedule. A standard parenting schedule usually gives each parent every other week or weekend with the children. Holidays are often split or designed to alternate by year. This helps to ensure that children have the opportunity to spend every holiday with each parent. As an attorney and a parent, I understand the importance of creating a parenting plan to ensure that children can continue to enjoy strong and consistent relationships with both parents after a marriage ends.

Annette is dedicated to helping her clients understand their rights and make informed legal decisions in the best interest of their children. Whether you’re worried that you’re not getting enough parenting time with your children, or you want to ensure that you don’t lose the time you currently have, contact Annette to schedule a complimentary consultation today!