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Posted: May 4, 2016, 11:00 AM
In Teruya v Burgan, Docket No. 325126, issued April 7, 2016, a Michigan mother and Californian father of three children, who were conceived by in vitro fertilization insemination, disputed rights regarding parenting time and the father filed a complaint for paternity in Wayne Circuit Court.
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Posted: Apr 25, 2016, 11:10 AM
An ex-wife who filed a motion to modify a custody order was not entitled to attorney fees associated with the motion, because she was able to pay her own fees and the fees were not the result of her ex-husband’s failure to obey a court order, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled.
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Posted: Apr 19, 2016, 1:35 PM
The Michigan Court of Appeals has peremptorily vacated a trial court order that denied a mother’s motion to transfer a child-custody case from Michigan to Idaho.
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Posted: Aug 20, 2015, 5:15 PM
Two days ago, the Court of Appeals released a lengthy published opinion in Riemer v Johnson, __ Mich App __; __ NW2d __ (August 18, 2015), that addressed many issues including custody, parenting time, child support, and attorney's fees.
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Posted: Jan 24, 2013, 9:00 PM
Same-sex marriages and adoptions continue to reach the Michigan appellate courts. A parent in a former same-sex relationship challenged the other parent’s custodial rights by arguing that the probate court who granted the adoption lacked subject matter jurisdiction because it was same-sex adoption.
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Posted: Dec 13, 2011, 9:00 AM
From Kessler v Kessler, 295 Mich App 54 (2011).
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Posted: Aug 14, 2009, 4:10 PM
In Vanderark v Vanderark, the Court of Appeals concluded the the trial court erroneously held that the plaintiff was the equitable parent of a minor child born to plaintiff's wife during the marriage. Plaintiff and Defendant married in 2002, but defendant began an affair in 2007. During the course of the affair, defendant conceived a child with her lover and the record showed that she never told plaintiff (her husband) that he was the child's father or that there was any uncertainty regarding the child's paternity.
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Posted: Jan 25, 2008, 5:10 PM
In Surman v. Surman, the trial court allowed a 12-year-old boy to testify in open court during a custody trial regarding what type of abuse had occurred between the child and his father.
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