Apex Legal Group, PLLC

Serving Southeastern Michigan And Northwestern Ohio:
Monroe, Lambertville And The Surrounding Area

Child Custody And Support — A Parenting Plan In The Best Interests Of The Children

At Apex Legal Group, PLLC, we understand the complications of divorce. When children are involved, matters get more sensitive and require the eye of an experienced Monroe child custody attorney in order to ensure your rights and the best interests of your family are protected.

Apex Legal Group, PLLC, will work with you to achieve your goals regarding child custody and child support. Contact our Michigan law firm to request a consultation.

Child Support Guidelines From A Lawyer In The Lambertville, Michigan, Area

At our Monroe, Michigan, law firm, our attorneys are experienced with the many factors that courts look to while setting child support, including:

  • Net income of both parents
  • Amount of support paid from prior relationships
  • Daycare costs
  • Health care costs
  • Educational costs
  • Amount of time spent with each parent

We will take the time to analyze your unique situation and help you with any issues relating to child support that you may be facing.

Protecting Your Interests In Child Custody And Divorce Issues

We will work with you in order to set a parenting plan that looks out for your best interests and protects your children as well. In addition to handling cases of child custody during a divorce, we also handle child custody in neglect cases and work to reunify families in human services cases. If you are facing the termination of your parental rights, we can assist you in obtaining parenting classes, anger management courses or drug counseling, and seek appropriate strategies to protect your custody rights.

Free Consultations • Conveniently Located Two Blocks From The Courthouse

Contact Apex Legal Group, PLLC, for a consultation with an experienced child custody and support lawyer regarding your family law concerns. Call 734-240-5050 today. We also handle modifications of prior court orders.