Guardian and Baby — Custody – Change – Michigan Attorneys Weekly

Michigan Court of Appeals (unpublished civil), Opinion Digests

May 7, 2021

If a defendant has moved to change custody of the child they share with the plaintiff, pre-trial detention is warranted because the district court has failed to make a verifiable factual determination as to whether there was a legitimate reason or change in circumstances to re-examine of custody justified. Full access to news articles on is available to registered Michigan Lawyers Weekly subscribers. Subscribers can sign up on the Sign Up tab below. Others can join our audience today with a subscription.

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