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Ryan Conboy

What Does It Take to Make a Will?

Don’t have a will? Thinking about what’s required to create one? The answer, at least in Michigan, is not as much as you might think, … Continue Reading

Sara Fazio

Does Your Estate Plan Address Your Digital Assets?

After you pass away, can your spouse or adult child manage your online banking and investment accounts or shut down your social media profiles? It … Continue Reading

Ray Schultz

How to Use a Michigan Judgment Lien in Your Collection Efforts

If you own real property in Michigan, you won’t be able to sell it or refinance unless you have a clean title. If you are … Continue Reading

Steve Simons

What Are the Limits on Annual Gifting?

It may be better to give than to receive, but it is even better to give without worrying about being taxed on your generosity. In … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

U.S. Supreme Court to Resolve Transgender Employment Discrimination Debate

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, employers cannot discriminate against workers based on gender, race, religion, national origin, and other protected … Continue Reading

Bobbi Hines

Estate Planning Video: “Understanding Elder Law in Michigan”

We all face unique needs and challenges as we age, and Elder Law focuses on preparing for and addressing these issues. It involves estate planning, … Continue Reading

Kayla Thompson

Estate Planning: DIY Can Lead to an SOS

For do-it-yourself types, the internet is the greatest tool ever invented. Need to put up some drywall, fix a transmission, or build a treehouse for … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Michigan’s Attorney General Is Targeting Wage Theft and Worker Misclassification

The rise of the “gig economy” has provided workers with new opportunities and ways to earn a living. These new opportunities and flexibility also provide … Continue Reading

Steve Hessen

Michigan Lawyers Weekly Honors Jim Lance as One of 2019’s “Leaders in the Law”

We are delighted to announce that shareholder Jim Lance was named to the 2019 class of Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s “Leaders in the Law!” He formally … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

DOL Proposes Rules to Narrow Joint Employment Relationships and Overtime Pay Calculations

If you are an employer, you are responsible for paying your workers all of the wages and overtime pay to which they are entitled under … Continue Reading

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