Household Legislation — Baby custody – Evidentiary listening to – Michigan Attorneys Weekly

in Family Law, Michigan Court of Appeals (Unpublished Civil), Opinion Digests, Practice Areas

June 4, 2021

Where a defendant father’s motion to change custody of the couple’s minor children was denied, the circuit court did not make a finding that was contrary to the great weight of the evidence when it determined that the defendant failed to establish proper cause or a change of circumstances sufficient to warrant an evidentiary hearing regarding the children’s best interests.
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