A Judgment of Divorce will provide parties with a blueprint for their obligations following the conclusion of their case. However, obtaining a Judgment of Divorce is not always the end of the road. The life of a child is ever changing and therefore, Michigan Courts will retain jurisdiction over custody, parenting time, and child support matters until a child turns 18. These matters will be modifiable until that time provided a party can show a change in circumstances.
Michigan Courts will also retain jurisdiction over additional issues necessary for enforcement of its orders, and may award a party attorney fees if it determines a party has acted in bad faith or willfully ignored its directives.
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