If you are facing criminal prosecution, do not face the Government alone. We are here to help. We provide representation for misdemeanor and felony charges including probation and parole violations, domestic violence, possession, DUI, assault, larceny, home invasion, and more.
Let the attorneys at Standard & Berry, PLLC assist you with your domestic relations matters. We represent clients throughout West Michigan with the following domestic relations matters: Divorce with and without children, Child Custody, Parenting Time, Child Support, Spousal Support, Adoption and more.
It is never too early to start planning for your future. Let the dedicated attorneys at Standard & Berry, PLLC help you and your family make a plan for the future and ensure that your last wishes are fulfilled. Let us help you prevent your loved ones from the stress and financial burden of probate court.
The attorneys at Buswa & Berry, PLLC understand the emotional, traumatic, and stressful effects an auto accident or other debilitating accident can have on you and your family. The resulting injuries can take months or even years of recovery time.
We understand the importance of clients focusing on their recovery rather than the insurance company, medical bills, and court. Fortunately, we can help. We will work hard to get you the compensation and benefits that you deserve. There is no fee unless we recover.
The types of personal injury cases that we handle are:
Construction Site Injuries
Dram Shop (Bar Owner Liability)
Michigan No-Fault Benefits
Nursing Home Abuse
We serve clients throughout West Michigan with all their criminal defense, family law, divorce, custody, post-judgment modifications, mediation, and estate planning cases. We are a specialized law firm that focuses primarily on Criminal Defense and Family Law and we are committed to providing our clients with the quality, dedication, and experience that they need and deserve.
We fight tirelessly for parents in West Michigan.
Divorce is hard. We ensure that you see your kids and that they are the priority every day.
Determining or changing the custody of children can be a very emotional process for all parties involved. If you believe that a change of custody is warranted, call the skilled attorneys at Buswa & Berry, PLLC.
Child Support is governed by the Michigan Child Support Guidelines which are regularly updated. There are many factors that are used to determine a child support obligation. Having an attorney who is familiar with Michigan's child support laws could save you a significant amount of money and even time in jail. If you believe that a child support review could change your child support obligation, let the skilled attorneys at Buswa & Berry help you. We have represented numerous clients at show cause hearings, child support reviews, and throughout the divorce and custody process.
Are you contemplating divorce, or have you been served with a Summons and Complaint -- the first documents that begin the divorce process? If your marriage is ending, you should consult with an attorney immediately. The decision to end your marriage can be an extremely difficult and emotional decision. The fear of the unknown can make the process unnecessarily stressful and overwhelming. When choosing who to hire to represent you and protect your most valuable assets, go with an attorney who has knowledge of the process, time to dedicate to you and your case, and who truly cares. The attorneys at Buswa & Berry, PLLC will take time to explain the process, your options, and your best defense. We will listen to your concerns and work zealously to obtain the outcome you desire. Do not waste any time in consulting with an attorney. Once you are served with the Complaint, generally, you only have 21 days to answer. Call us today to schedule your free consultation.
Let the attorneys at Standard & Berry, PLLC assist you with your domestic relations matters. We represent clients throughout West Michigan with the following domestic relations matters: Divorce with and without children Child Custody Parenting Time Child Support Spousal Support Adoption and more.
A final order is entered at the end of each family law matter. If a substantial change occurs in relation to spousal support, child support, custody or parenting time following the entry of the final order, then the parties can file a motion to change the current order. Custody, parenting time and child support can always be modified based on proper cause or change of circumstances.
Parenting time is determined by analyzing the best interests of the child . There is a presumption that it is in the best interests of the child to have a strong relationship with both parents unless it is shown by clear and convincing evidence that parenting time would endanger the child. Parenting time can be agreed to between the parents so long as the court determines that the agreement is in the best interest of the child. The court considers the following factors when determining the duration, type, and frequency of parenting time: (a) The existence of any special circumstances or needs of the child. (b) Whether the child is a nursing child less than 6 months of age, or less than 1 year of age if the child receives substantial nutrition through nursing. (c) The reasonable likelihood of abuse or neglect of the child during parenting time. (d) The reasonable likelihood of abuse of a parent resulting from the exercise of parenting time. (e) The inconvenience to, and burdensome impact or effect on, the child of traveling for purposes of parenting time. (f) Whether a parent can reasonably be expected to exercise parenting time in accordance with the court order. (g) Whether a parent has frequently failed to exercise reasonable parenting time. (h) The threatened or actual detention of the child with the intent to retain or conceal the child from the other parent or from a third person who has legal custody. A custodial parent’s temporary residence with the child in a domestic violence shelter shall not be construed as evidence of the custodial parent’s intent to retain or conceal the child from the other parent. (i) Any other relevant factors. Pursuant to Michigan statute, a parent may request a specific parenting time terms at any time.
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