1. An office of the family division; investigates and makes recommendations to the court in domestic relations actions involving minor children; enforces orders of the court; collects, records and disburses support payments.
2. A person; the director of the office.… Read more
Financial Independence Program. Michigan’s name for the program which replaced Aid to Families with Dependant Children (AFDC or ADC). The federal government equivalent is now called Temporary Assistance to Needy Families.
The act of recording the various legal documents regarding a suit with the clerk of the court.
To put in the records of the court.
An abbreviation for the Family Independence Agency.
A crime punishable by more one year in state prison. Examples of felonies include homicide, kidnapping, criminal sexual conduct, and armed robbery.
A charged fixed by law for services.
The agency providing public assistance to families. Includes the Office of Child Support. Formerly known as the Michigan Department of Social Services.
The division of the circuit court responsible for hearing cases about families and their children. The family division hears domestic relations matters, as well as juvenile matters formerly heard by the probate court.
A payment which represents the value of the property or service transferred.
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