After you present the Court a showing of “proper cause” because
of a “change in circumstances” the Court will set a Best Interest
of the Children Evidentiary Hearing under Vodvarka v. Grasmeyer, a crucial
Michigan case. At this point many different things that are relevant to
the 12 Best Interest of the child or children factors are brought in to
play and are brought out with testimony.
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“Subject to MCL 722.27(3), modify or amend its previous judgments or orders for proper cause shown
or because of change of circumstances until the child reaches 18 years
of age, and subject to section 5b of the support and parenting time enforcement
act, 1982 PA 295, MCL 552.605b, until the child reaches 19 years and 6 months of age.
The court shall not modify or amend its previous judgments or orders or
issue a new order so as to change the established custodial environment
of a child unless there is presented clear and convincing evidence that
it is in the best interest of the child. The custodial environment of
a child is established if over an appreciable time the child naturally
looks to the custodian in that environment for guidance, discipline, the
necessities of life, and parental comfort. “
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The Law Firm of Wayne F. Crowe, Jr., P.C.
1031 Wealthy St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Office: (616) 202-3988