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Child Custody Lawyer in Lake Orion Michigan 48362
Spresser Ogden PLLC

Custody & Parenting Time

If you are a biological or adoptive parent, then you can ask for legal and physical custody of your children when you and the child’s other parent are separated, divorced, or unmarried. You and your child’s other parent may devise a parenting plan on your own. Alternatively, you may go to court to seek full physical and legal custody of your children, or request to share one or both types of custody with their other parent.

What Is Best For Your Children?

As a parent, you are extremely protective of your child. You want to ensure you can build a healthy, loving relationship with your son or daughter as they grow up. That is why custody disputes can become complicated and contentious. However, this issue can also be carefully managed with your child’s best interests remaining the focal point.

If you have questions about what arrangement is right for you and your family, contact Spresser Ogden PLLC for help.

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Trusted Child Custody Lawyers In Oakland County Michigan.

Family law cases may be resolved in one of four ways: a trial of the matter, a settlement, a reconciliation, or the death of a party. The first two of these are the domain of a divorce attorney. If the matter cannot be settled and an accord reached, Spresser Ogden PLLC has the skills, experience, and reputation to effectively meet and prevail over Michigan’s best legal talent.

We understand that sometimes what is in your children’s best interests, and your own, may only be had by the application of textured and thoughtful litigation. Whether it be by negotiation or litigation, we will pursue your family’s best interests with integrity, intelligence, and intensity.