Bebout, Potere, Cox & Bennion, P.C.
Call Now For The Answers You Need:
248-805-1959
Your Story Is Important And We Listen To Every Word Of It.
View Our Practice Areas

April 2019 Archives

Custody dispute prompts woman to use her car as a weapon

Emotions may often run high in divorce cases in Rochester. For this reason, it may be difficult to avoid proceedings from becoming contentious, particularly when it comes to the matter of child custody. Depending on the circumstances surrounding a custody hearing, parties may take uncompromising stands, thus contributing to further strife. While they may strongly believe in the rectitude of their positions, their feelings (especially the combination of the love they feel for their children and the negative emotions harbored against their parental counterparts) may prompt them into actions that might ultimately undermine their cases. 

Two estate planning tools that millennials should consider

Younger people often think that estate planning is something they need not think about until they reach middle age at the earliest. However, life can throw curveballs that you never see coming. If you are well-prepared with an estate plan that anticipates the unexpected, you can handle these events.

Drunk driving and child custody

Those who get behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol may face a number of consequences, whether they have to spend time in prison, suffer damage to their reputation, experience challenges in their career or lose their driving privileges. However, it is important to point out that there are other difficulties associated with DUI charges. For example, someone who is going through a divorce may find that the charges adversely affect their position during a custody dispute. Or, drunk driving charges may lead to the end of a marriage, and a parent who has been charged with DUI may face difficulties during the custody process.

Contact Information

Bebout, Potere, Cox & Bennion, P.C.
821 North Main Street
Rochester, MI 48307

Phone: 248-805-1959
Fax: 248-651-8923
Map & Directions