If there is a child support order in effect, either parent (or a third party who has court-ordered custody of a child) may make a written request to the Eaton County Friend of the Court for a support review. Find information about what this process entails, as well as useful forms.
If a parent believes that a change in custody is necessary, because of a "change in circumstances" or "proper cause" motion may be filed with the court asking for a hearing regarding custody, and stating on the motion the reasons that a change is being requested. Find out how the process of changing custody arrangements works.
Most divorce judgments and many support orders and orders of filiation have a paragraph in them that tells parents they must seek the court's permission before they can change domicile. Check out procedures for gaining permission for a parent to remove a minor child from the state.
Generally speaking, the court will order parenting time that allows a child as much time as possible with both parents The court will always consider the best interests of the child when ordering or changing parenting time. Read about the steps involved in altering parenting time agreements.