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Posted: Oct 6, 2015, 11:00 AM
It is well known in Michigan that attorneys who do court-appointed work are usually paid pretty miserably for their time. This is true both in the trial court and on appeal. Each county sets its own pay scale. A recent supreme court order gives one such court-appointed attorney a chance to recover his "extraordinary fees" on a court appointed criminal appeal. In re Attorney Fees of John W. Ujlaky, SCt order issued September 30, 2015 (Docket 150887).
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Posted: Mar 22, 2013, 4:45 PM
The January 2013 issue of the Michigan Family Law Journal includes an article by attorneys Scott Bassett and Carmen Moyer in their column "Unpublished decision of the month."
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Posted: Oct 30, 2009, 2:10 PM
In a published decision, the Court of Appeals found that the Kent County Circuit Court erred in terminating a mother's parental rights under MCL 712A.19b(3)(l), where the mother had voluntarily released her rights to a different child under the Adoption Code.
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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: Jun 7, 2007, 6:30 PM
The Court of Appeals held that the statute permitting a petition for grand parenting time is constitutional in Keenan v. Dawson.
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