Child Custody & Visitation

Child Custody & Visitation Attorneys in Grand Rapids and Serving All of West Michigan

Solving the Child Custody Puzzle

Every parent cares for and wants what is best for their children. Unfortunately, the anger and hurt feelings associated with divorce can make it very easy for parents to lose sight of that fact. When this happens the children are often used as pawns in a custody battle and the custodial parent often denies the non-custodial parent contact with the children. At Law Offices of Kelly G Lambert III, PC, we try to prevent children from being unnecessarily harmed in divorce custody battles by keeping our clients focused on the all-important goal of what’s best for their children. We also fight to ensure that our clients acquire custody or reasonable visitation with their children.

If joint custody is not the best interest of your children, you can count on our lawyers to fight for you, and your children, in court. To discuss your child custody or visitation concerns with us – call or contact our firm online to schedule a free consultation.

Michigan’s Child Custody Laws

With more than 24 years of experience, attorneys at Law Offices of Kelly G Lambert III, PC use their knowledge of the law and the credibility they’ve established within the legal community itself to help its clients preserve and protect the relationship they have with their children.

How will custody be decided in your case? If you and your spouse cannot come to a custody agreement, the answer will depend on how the judge weighs the 12 custody factors set forth in Michigan law. The last of the 12 custody factors is “any other factor considered by the court to be relevant.” Each of the custody factors has been further interpreted by years of case law explaining how to apply each factor in a particular case.

We also handle other matters related to child custody and parenting time, including paternity issues, grandparent visitation, child support and post judgment modifications of custody, visitation and support due to substantial changes in circumstance or relocation after divorce.