ACTIONS AFFECTING THE FAMILY
Child custody jurisdiction.
Actions affecting the family.
Filing procedures and orders for enforcement or modification of judgments or orders in actions affecting the family.
Actions to affirm marriage.
Guardian ad litem for minor children.
Judgment of divorce or legal separation.
State is real party in interest.
Support for dependent child.
Order in case involving dependent child.
Actions to compel support.
Information from family court commissioner.
Suspension of proceedings to effect reconciliation.
Waiting period in certain actions.
Petition and response.
Prohibited acts during pendency of action.
Power of court in divorce and legal separation actions.
Stipulation and property division.
Family court counseling services.
Educational program on the effects of divorce on children.
Order for appearance of litigants.
Family court commissioner; appointment; powers; oaths; assistants.
Service on and appearance by family court commissioner.
Enlargement of time.
Service on child support program.
Family court commissioner or law partner; when interested; procedure.
Family court commissioner; salary.
Full faith and credit; comity.
Uniform divorce recognition act.
Temporary orders for support of spouse and children; suit money; attorney fees.
Custody and physical placement.
Visitation rights of certain persons.
Unemployed teenage parent.
Award of attorney fees.
Notice of change of employer; change of address; change in ability to pay.
Revocation of nontestamentary disposition provision in marital property agreement.
Disclosure of assets required.
Disposition of assets prior to action.
Maintenance, legal custody and support when divorce or separation denied.
Maintenance, child support and family support payments, receipt and disbursement; family court commissioner, fees and compensation.
Affidavit for certain arrearages.
Work experience and job training orders and child support orders in certain cases.
Enforcement of payments ordered.
Enforcement of child support; suspension of operating privilege.