This screencast is on the best interest factors of the child in a divorce, custody, or other family law case, in Michigan.
Since 2020, Lakeshore Legal Aid has collaborated with regional partners to deliver legal information to Michigan residents in a creative and captivating way. Through screencasts and animations, Lakeshore staff guide viewers through complex legal processes so that the law is accessible to any and all Michigan families. Many of these videos were created with help of clients who provided feedback on video design and the readability. Thank you project partners, project funders, and participating clients for your support in making these videos.
These videos were funded in part by the MSBF Administration of Justice Grant, Legal Services Corporation, Michigan State Bar Foundation, Office on Violence Against Women, Area Agency on Aging 1-B, United Way, and St. Clair County Senior Citizen Millage. Lakeshore Legal Aid is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation and donations are allowable to the extent permissible under IRS law. All contributions to Lakeshore Legal Aid are subject to Legal Services Corporation mandated restrictions and may not be used in any manner inconsistent with the Legal Services Act and Regulations. For further information, please see 45 CFR 1610.5.
This video is on the basics of bringing evidence to court in Michigan.
This video will show you how to defend against debt collection after you have lost or defaulted in Michigan.
This video is on how to protect your social security income from garnishment in Michigan.
This video is on how to manage repair issues in eviction cases in Michigan.
This screencast will walk you through what you need to know about renting in Michigan.
This screencast will give you a basic overview of child support in Michigan: what it is, who pays, types of income used, and how child support payments are made.
End of Life
This screencast will walk you through the basics of preparing a will in Michigan.
This screencast will provide a step-by-step process to obtain special education services for your child.