Household Regulation — Custody change – Psychological examinations – Michigan Legal professionals Weekly

in Family Law, Michigan Court of Appeals, Opinion Digests, Practice Areas

July 9, 2021

If a defendant father has applied for a change in custody and parental leave and has requested that the parties carry out psychological examinations, the appeal must fail because (1) the district court’s findings on the interests of the best interests do not conflict with the great weight of and (2) the district court did not abuse its discretion by rejecting the defendant’s motion to request psychological reports. Michigan Lawyers Weekly subscribers who are logged in have full access to news articles on Subscribers can sign up on the Sign In tab below. Others can join our audience today with a subscription.

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