Mark Kreter Named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s “Hall of Fame”
We are thrilled to announce that Kreis Enderle shareholder and treasuer Mark Kreter has been selected to the … Continue Reading
Kreis Enderle Welcomes Associate Katrina Kapture to Its Battle Creek Office
Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce Katrina “Kat” Kapture has joined the firm’s Battle Creek office, where … Continue Reading
Single, No Kids: Who Should I Name as Beneficiary in My Will?
For many people, it takes big life changes, increased responsibilities, or the accumulation of substantial assets to … Continue Reading
Can You – and Should You – Appeal a Divorce Judgment?
When it comes to resolving the myriad family law issues involved in a divorce – child custody … Continue Reading
5 Things to Know If You’re Named an Agent Under a Michigan Financial Power of Attorney
If you have been named someone’s agent or “attorney-in-fact” under a Michigan financial power of attorney, you … Continue Reading
Super Lawyers Names Three Kreis Enderle to 2020 Michigan Super Lawyers List
Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce that Super Lawyers has included three of our attorneys in the … Continue Reading
COVID-Driven Explosion of Remote Work Prompts DOL to Issue New Guidance on Employers’ Tracking and Pay Obligations
While millions of Americans regularly telecommuted and worked remotely before COVID-19, the pandemic made working from home … Continue Reading
Two Lesser-Known Estate Planning and Financial Benefits of the CARES Act
As the pandemic continues to rage and many provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security … Continue Reading
How Are Bonuses and Commissions Divided in a Michigan Divorce?
When it comes to how Michigan family law courts divide property and assets in a divorce, one … Continue Reading
Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Law: What You Need to Know About Medical Expense Coverage Options
Since its enactment in 1973, the Michigan No-Fault Insurance Act has become one of the most comprehensive … Continue Reading