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Marriage and Custody: What are the implications?

posted on February 05, 2018 by Torree J. Breen

Custody

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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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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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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Grandparenting Time and Divorce

posted on April 11, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

If you are a grandparent and your son or daughter is going through a divorce or separation, as a parent, you are probably wondering how their divorce/...

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Spring Break….What Parents (and Kids) Need to Know

posted on March 20, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Troy Clarke, Criminal Law

Spring Break can be the best of times and the worst of times.  Many sunny destinations host thousands of young revelers throwing their cares to t...

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ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSES 101

posted on February 28, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Alcohol Beverage, Scott Breen

  All businesses desiring to manufacture, import, distribute, or sell alcohol to consumers must obtain proper licenses and permits from the Mi...

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New Law Restricts Issuance of Beer and Wine Licenses

posted on February 23, 2017 by Willingham & Cote

Alcohol Beverage, Scott Breen

Effective in 2017, the Michigan Legislature changed the law related to a business owner’s ability to obtain a license to sell beer and...

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