This webcast reviews the changes in the Michigan Child Support Formula effecting orders entered after January 1, 2017. This presentation is intended to update those already familiar with the formula about the changes in the new manual.
Judge John Hallacy and Judge James Brady provide an overview of ability-to-pay issues when enforcing court-ordered financial obligations. The webcast includes frequently asked questions and hypothetical scenarios.
In this April 2010 webcast, several bankruptcy and district court topics are addressed, such as: notification/verification of bankruptcy filing, automatic stay, proof of claim, discharge, and other select topics.
This recording, from the Chief Deputy Clerk seminar in September 2014, includes topics such as Case File Management Standards, Records Management and Retention, Juvenile Records, and Probate Records.
This video requires a password. Please contact Denice Purves at (517) 373-9526 to obtain the password.
“Isn’t Michigan’s Swift and Sure Sanctions Probation Program ‘just another drug court’?” This webinar discusses 10 differences between the Swift and Sure program and treatment-based problem-solving courts.
This recording covers the basics of how to process miscellaneous claims in district court.
This recording covers the basics of summary proceedings in district court.
This recording provides information regarding how judges and court staff can effectively communicate with persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. It will familiarize the viewer with American Sign Language interpretation.
This video presentation will help you recognize common indicators and high risk factors for human trafficking. Learn about the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, Michigan human trafficking law, legal remedies for victims of human trafficking, as well as state and national trends.
This presentation was funded by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards.
On December 18, 2015, the Michigan Supreme Court denied leave in In re Jackson, ___ Mich ___, ___ (2015). The MSC ordered that “any trial court finalizing an adoption [must] provide [specific] findings on the record[.]” Learn what the court is required to do.
In this recording of the MIDC and SCAO January 26, 2017 informational meeting, the Michigan Indigent Defense Commission (MIDC) reviews current Michigan Indigent Defense Delivery Systems and the implementation process for MIDC’s First Four Standards.