Parenting time can take many different forms under Michigan law. The courts use the child custody factors to determine parenting time. The court will consider the age of the children, the level of bonding with the child, the ability of the parent to care for the children, and other relevant factors. Assuming everything is normal, the courts will encourage a relationship with both parents.

Typically a schedule starts with alternating weekends. They can include Sunday overnight if it works for the children and parents. Typical parenting time can also include: alternating holidays, a block of time in the summer, and some midweek time that may or may not include an overnight.

Parenting time schedules can be adjusted to fit the parties schedules. A good divorce attorney can help you formulate a parenting time schedule that is in the children’s best interests.

Grand Rapids Divorce Lawyers

If you have a visitation or parenting time issue, a good grand rapids custody attorney is a requirement! Our attorneys can answer your questions with honest advice and straight talk. Having the right attorney on your side can relieve your stress. Our divorce attorneys have over 95 years of divorce experience. Our divorce attorneys have extensive parenting time trial experience. Fees to retain attorney for a parenting time issue can range and from 500.00 dollars to as high as 4,000 dollars. Considering the seriousness of a change in parenting time, it is extremely important to retain the services of an experienced divorce attorney.

Krupp Law Offices P.C. is located in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan and has the right divorce attorney for you. We represent clients in all divorce matters throughout West Michigan, including the cities of Rockford, Caledonia, Grand Rapids, Lowell, Grandville, Jenison, Holland, Coopersville, and Grand Haven, and the counties of Ottawa, Kent, Allegan, Barry, Newaygo, Ionia, and Montcalm.

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