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PREPARING YOUR BUSINESS FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS: THE IMPORTANCE OF A SUCCESSION PLAN

posted on May 04, 2018 by Willingham & Cote

Scott Breen, Corporate & Business Law

              We generally recommend that business owners form a corporation or limited...

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THE “HALF MILE” RULE IS DEAD – AT LEAST FOR NOW

posted on April 17, 2018 by Willingham & Cote

Alcohol Beverage, Scott Breen

    In 1968, the Michigan Liquor Control Commission established an administrative rule that generally prevented a retail store from ob...

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Marriage and Custody: What are the implications?

posted on February 05, 2018 by Torree J. Breen

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

How does an upcoming wedding impact the custody of your children?  If you are planning the wedding, you may be contemplating whether you may c...

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Taxation of Pass-Through Businesses After Tax Reform

posted on January 16, 2018 by Scott A. Breen

Scott Breen, Real Estate, Corporate & Business Law

Pass-through Entities   Most people have heard that Congress recently passed extreme tax reform laws (commonly referred to as the “...

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A Checklist When Considering Divorce

posted on January 09, 2018 by Willingham & Cote

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

Are you contemplating divorce? Before you file, you should gather information to determine whether you can live on your own, independent of your spous...

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Legal Vs. Physical Custody: What Does It Really Mean?

posted on January 03, 2018 by Willingham & Cote

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

Have you filed an action in court to determine the custody of your child?  In doing so, the court will issue orders determining both the physical...

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Five Things You Should Discuss with Your Fiancée Before the Wedding

posted on December 20, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

  After many years of practicing family law and sitting through hundreds of hours of consultations with potential divorce clients, there are a...

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Powers of Attorney and How To Choose Them

posted on September 20, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Lee B. Reimann, Estate & Gifts

Our September newsletter’s front page encourages young adults to have legal and medical powers of attorney before they head-off to college and a...

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YOUR NEW MARRIAGE: ARE YOU CREATING A BLENDED FAMILY?

posted on August 23, 2017 by Torree J. Breen

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

The majority of families have shifted from the traditional nuclear family of father, mother and child to a nation in which the majority of families ar...

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Internet Romance or New Job Out-of-State: How Does It Impact the Custody of Your Children?

posted on July 22, 2017 by Torree J. Breen

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

  Have you found a new job outside of Michigan or have been lucky to find new love across state lines?  The internet has expanded our emp...

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Long Term Marriage and Finances: Separating Myth from Fact

posted on July 15, 2017 by Torree J. Breen

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

   As a family law attorney, too often I receive phone calls from panicked “stay at home” parents. What is the reason for the...

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A Quick Internet Divorce: Not As Simple As You Think

posted on July 08, 2017 by Torree J. Breen

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

Thinking about a divorce?  Do you spend time on the internet or social media?  You may have looked online and discovered there are thousands...

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Recent and Critical Changes to Grandparenting Time in Michigan

posted on June 28, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

  Whether grandparents have a right to grandparent time has always been a controversial political question.  On June 13, 2017, the Michig...

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Dorm Fridge, Laundry Bag, and Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare

posted on June 15, 2017 by

Estate & Gifts, Divorce & Family Law, Heather Gilkey

  Congratulations to our 2017 High School graduates! Before your child goes off to college or out into the world – you might be making s...

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The “Half-Mile Rule” Survives: Existing Spirits Retailers Celebrate

posted on April 28, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Alcohol Beverage, Scott Breen

Grocery stores, gas stations, convenience stores, and other stores that sell spirits for consumption off the licensed premises are required to obtain ...

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