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William Matthews

THIS DECISION HAS BEEN ABROGATED by the Court of Appeals! It is no longer valid!

From Shade v Wright, Docket No. 296318 [December 3, 2010]:
"Such concerns do not exist, however, when a modification of parenting time does not alter the established custodial environment because determinations regarding child custody and parenting time serve different purposes. Whereas the primary concern with child custody determinations is the stability of the child’s environment and avoidance of unwarranted and disruptive custody changes, the focus of parenting time is to foster a strong relationship between the child and the child’s parents."

and

"Thus, the very normal life change factors that Vodvarka finds insufficient to justify a change in custodial environment are precisely the types of considerations that trial courts should consider in making determinations regarding modification of parenting time."

This is, I feel, as it should be.

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