X, Y, Z
A court order to take part of a person's paycheck or other money owed
to him or her (like a tax refund) before he or she gets the money because the person owes
someone money that he or she hasn't paid back or hasn't paid a judgment.
A medical test to find whether a man is the father of a child.
The time a child spends with a grandparent. A grandparent
may seek a court order for grandparenting time under MCL 722.27b.
A licensed home where children live temporarily when they have been
abused by a parent or are "delinquent."
A person who is liable to pay another person's financial obligation
if the other person fails to pay it. The other person is known as the "principal."
See also PRINCIPAL
someone who must legally take care of a child who is under age 18
or a "legally incapacitated person" or a developmentally disabled person.
Someone assigned by the court during a lawsuit to work for a minor
child or legally incompetent person. The protects the interests of the person affected
by the litigation. See NEXT FRIEND
Responsible for a crime.