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How to Protect Your Business Against Premise Liability & Injuries: Part 2

posted on October 28, 2015 by SuperUser Account

Real Estate, Jason Pearson

There are several ways to protect your business from the potential of being financially responsible, should someone get injured on your property. &nbs...

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Protecting Your Business Against Premise & Financial Liability: Part 1

posted on October 20, 2015 by SuperUser Account

Real Estate, Jason Pearson

The new school year is upon us, and the students are back. With the much-anticipated influx of returning students comes the joy of increased revenues ...

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What To Do When Your Driver's License Is Suspended

posted on October 08, 2015 by SuperUser Account

Troy Clarke, Criminal Law

When you lose your driver’s license, the assistance of an attorney is essential.  You may be able to delay or even avoid the total loss of ...

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Welcome Back Students: A Business Guide to Serving Alcohol Legally

posted on September 01, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Alcohol Beverage, Criminal Law, Amanda Pileggi

School’s out for the summer, but, unlike Alice Cooper’s famous song, it is most certainly not out forever.  If you live in the Lansi...

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Supreme Court Affirms the Right for Same Sex Couples to Marry - Legally, Now What?

posted on June 26, 2015 by Lee B. Reimann

Lee B. Reimann, Estate & Gifts, Divorce & Family Law, Real Estate

What Might This Mean For You Legally? In light of the recent Obergefell v Hodges decision and the issues and questions that our community may ha...

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Child Custody 101: Reports of Abuse and Parenting Time

posted on June 16, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Torree J. Breen, Divorce & Family Law

Child custody disputes can be the most emotionally and financially draining element on a family going through a divorce. For a majority of cases,...

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Business Owners: You Must Act Fast to Appeal Property Taxes

posted on April 29, 2015 by Scott A. Breen

Scott Breen, Real Estate

If you feel that the local assessor has overvalued your commercial real estate, there is still time to file an appeal to reduce your taxes.  Thes...

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Seven Steps to Having a Successful Family Meeting

posted on April 16, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Lee B. Reimann, Estate & Gifts, Divorce & Family Law

I know that inter-generational communication around “hot button” topics, such as living arrangements, medical choices or even driving issu...

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Drug Arrests and Personal Property: What You Need to Know

posted on March 16, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Troy Clarke, Criminal Law

Law enforcement is a costly enterprise, and many police departments rely in part on income generated from property forfeiture, especially forfeitures ...

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Avoiding Medical Malpractice: 5 Simple Steps

posted on March 03, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Medical Malpractice, Professional Licensing, Michael W. Stephenson

No physician, in today's litigious society, is immune from professional liability lawsuits, even when they render the best of care. Bad results happen...

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A New Mental Health Treatment Court in Ingham County Circuit Court

posted on February 18, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Divorce & Family Law, Troy Clarke, Criminal Law

Kristina Zwick, 30th Circuit Mental Health Court (“MHC”) Services Coordinator, and Chris Wickman, an MHC Team Member and Defense Attorney,...

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The “Power” of the Power of Attorney Document

posted on January 12, 2015 by Willingham & Cote

Lee B. Reimann, Estate & Gifts, Divorce & Family Law

A large part of my professional life is spent creating documents for people thatdirect what happens to their money and possessions after their death.&...

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You've Agreed to be a Personal Representative, Now What?

posted on October 03, 2014 by Tara L. Bachner

Estate & Gifts, Divorce & Family Law, Tara Bachner

What Is A Personal Representative? When becoming a personal representative, some people are fortunate enough to have advance notice, while others do ...

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Ask Permission Not Forgiveness: Changes to the Recreational Trespass Act for 2014

posted on October 02, 2014 by Willingham & Cote

Troy Clarke, Criminal Law, Real Estate

All hunters should be familiar with the provisions of the Michigan Recreational Trespass Act (“RTA”).  The RTA is not complicated. &n...

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The Charm of Up North: Encroachment, Lot Lines and Trespassing

posted on September 25, 2014 by Scott A. Breen

Scott Breen, Real Estate

There is often a great deal of emotional and sentimental attachment to family cottages and hunting land.  Since much of this land is located adja...

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