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The Children’s Bill of Rights: Points About Parenting During Divorce To Consider

The term “Children’s Bill of Rights” might make you think of an introduction to American Government class in middle school, or even the “Constitution for Kids” page on historyforkids.net. In fact, the Kid’s Bill of Rights is something very different, but equally important.   The children caught up in divorces have no control over the […]

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What Rights Do Fathers Have? (Part Two)

In the first installment of this two-part series, we talked about the importance of fathers in their children’s lives, and took a look at the first two items on our ‘father’s rights’ list, namely child support and visitation. Moving forward, we are going to wrap this up with the last two issues – the establishing paternity, […]

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What Rights Do Fathers Have? (Part One)

Unmarried fathers are often thought of as having the least amount of influence in the lives of their children. This is predominantly because, historically, it was the mother who was awarded custody when the couple parted ways. And it was the mother who was viewed as invaluable to the raising of the child. Thankfully, we […]

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Termination of Parental Rights in Michigan CPS cases – What You Need to Know (Part 1)

Having your parental rights terminated is one of the scariest and most heartbreaking scenarios that any parent could ever encounter. It’s also one of the most confusing because the law surrounding termination law is very complex and most people (and lots of attorneys) are unsure of the process and what is involved. For that reason, […]

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