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Author Topic: Family Court in the state of Michigan  (Read 2724 times)

vsherry

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Family Court in the state of Michigan
« on: Nov 24, 2003, 12:30:40 PM »
I am in the process of obtaining information from various places (police, child protective services, school and outside counselors) to re-gain custoday of my 3 minor children, however, CPS/Schools & Counselors will not give me reports unless it is ordered by the court.  How do I request to the courts that I need this information for my trial?  Without this information I am sure to lose!  Yes!  I am attempting to re-gain custody without a attorney.


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RE: Family Court in the state of Michigan
« Reply #1 on: Nov 25, 2003, 02:30:30 AM »
>I am in the process of obtaining information from various
>places (police, child protective services, school and outside
>counselors) to re-gain custoday of my 3 minor children,
>however, CPS/Schools & Counselors will not give me reports
>unless it is ordered by the court.  How do I request to the
>courts that I need this information for my trial?  Without
>this information I am sure to lose!  Yes!  I am attempting to
>re-gain custody without a attorney.

You don't request that the court do anything. You get subpoena in blank issued from court clerk and you fill them out and serve them on the various parties asking for what evidence you require.

This is a complex process. Go to the county court library and ask the librarian to direct you to a practice guide that covers civil procedure and subpoenas...or hire a lawyer.

:)

 

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