My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Michigan
I'm not going to put forth all the details and stuff, if necessary i may provide some.
Let's say, someone's, approximately 6th grade, parents were to get a divorce. In the end of that divorce, the father wins custody of this 6th grader and their siblings (4th grader, 4 yr old, and 2 yr old)
Now let's also say that part of the courts decision was because the mother was, let's call it, having a rough time with her life and all (take your pick on what you think i mean)
However, lets say, 2 years later, the mother has completely turned her life around, and is possibly a better suited parent than the father.
Is there a possibility that the court decision could be changed to at least having visitation rights???
Thing's to take note:
-Mother lives out of town, but is more than likely willing to move
-Father is physically abusive of one child, and mentally of all of them
-Father has completely torn the mother out of these kids lives, as well as anyone who contacts her
Please help ASAP