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How Is Parenting Time Allocated In Michigan?

Parenting time is the overall schedule as determined by the child custody and visitation agreement. Parenting time is integral to the development and happiness of your children — as well as to your own happiness as a parent. Our Fowlerville parenting time attorneys can protect your rights as a parent as these plans are developed.

For more than 35 years, our lawyers have sought the best possible outcomes for parents while protecting the best interests of the children. At Gormley Law Offices, PLC, we are trial lawyers who do not litigate merely for the sake of litigating. However, if it is necessary and best for your family, we do proceed to trial. Learn more by calling our Howell or Fowlerville office at 517-219-9301.

Protect Your Parenting Time Rights

Our visitation law attorneys provide calm, reasonable and effective strategies. We recognize that it is possible that you and the other parent will not see eye to eye on every issue. We encourage you to make sure the issues you have with each other do not affect your children. For example, it is wise to avoid badmouthing the other parent with your children present. You and the other parent are parents of the kids forever and will likely be in each other’s lives for a long time.

Whenever necessary, our Michigan attorneys can file motions for psychological evaluations to modify parenting time or custody arrangements. Modifications can also be necessary due to alienation by one parent, strains on the parent-child relationship, or even one parent spending more time and money on the kids than the other parent, and the inappropriate introduction of a new significant other into the mix.

We advise our clients to leave their emotions out of situations dealing with the other parent. What you do today could affect your future with the children. If you are concerned about the time you are spending with your kids, or if you have concerns regarding the type of care they are receiving, please talk with one of our attorneys.

Call Us Today For A Free Consultation In Howell Or Fowlerville

Would you like to speak with an attorney about parenting time? To schedule your free consultation, call 517-219-9301. You may also email us. Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, with weekend and evening hours by appointment. We proudly represent clients in Livingston County and surrounding communities that include Brighton, Howell and Fowlerville.