Child Custody Recommendations



Child custody evaluations are a very common process. Yet despite their common nature, it can still be a very nerve-racking ordeal for a parent to experience.

A child custody evaluation is a process in which a mental health professional, a psychologist, evaluates you, your child, and your co-parent to make a recommendation to the court regarding custody and visitation.

The purpose of all custody evaluations is to ensure that the needs of children are being met as best as possible. This assessment requires the psychologist to pay particular attention to the skills and deficits of parenting attributes in tandem with the psychological needs of the child.

Based on the information that is gathered from these observations, the evaluator will generate a report to pass along to the judge hearing the case. This report will include all of their findings and recommendations regarding how custody should be awarded.

Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8am to 8pm
Friday:8am to 5pm
Saturday: By Appointment

Additionally, a 24-hour answering service is available seven days per week to respond to emergencies.

Locations

2100 Hemmeter Road
Saginaw, MI 48603
MAP
Phone (989) 799-2100
Fax (989) 799-2637


615 S. Euclid
Bay City, MI 48706
MAP
Phone (989) 439-1513
Fax (989) 439-1512


1000 N. Johnson
Bay City, MI 48708
MAP
Phone (989)895-8666
Fax (989)778-3317


5914 Eastman Avenue
Midland, MI 48640
MAP
Phone (989)799-2100
Fax (989)799-2637