May 31, 2006
Michigan to Consider Joint Physical Custody When Couples Cannot Agree
The Michigan House Committee on Family and Children Services is set to consider a family law bill that will amend the Child Custody Act of 1970 that will instruct courts to order joint physical custody, unless there is clear and convincing evidence that one of the partes is unfit, unwilling, or unable to care for his or her child. The measure is opposed by the Michigan State Bar's Family Law Section, the Michigan National Organization for Women, Domestic Violence Escape Inc., and other groups. Source. Lansin State Journal, Lsj.com. For the compete story, please click here (last visited May 31, 2006, reo).
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