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You do not have to go to war with your spouse because you are getting divorced. Your attorney’s job is to put forth a strong offense and a smart defense, with the goal of winning your case. Your spouses attorney will do the same for your spouse.
Michigan divorce courts always encourage the separating spouses to agree to joint custody unless it is not in the best interest of the child. Michigan state law requires child custody based on the best interests of the child principle. The best interests of a child include the emotional bond between the child and each of the parents, the parent's capacity to give the child both financial and emotional support, the moral aptitude of each parent, and the mental and physical well-being of each parent.
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