Rental Property

Considering Renting Out a Michigan Property? What to Do Before You Decide to Rent

Many Michigan property owners looking for a stable investment consider becoming landlords. After all, real estate value … Continue Reading

Cannabis in a jar

Cannabis Licensing in Michigan

Before starting a cannabis business, make sure you understand all the restrictions that apply in your desired … Continue Reading

Morgan Stowell Joins Kreis Enderle

Attorney Morgan Stowell Joins Kreis Enderle’s Grand Rapids Office

Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce that Morgan Stowell has joined the firm as an associate in … Continue Reading

PRE Audit Taxes

Tax Considerations When Renting Property and the Principal Residence Exemption

One of a landlord’s many responsibilities is paying taxes, including income and property taxes. You can often … Continue Reading

Gray Divorce After 50

Gray Divorce: Considerations for Divorce After 50

If you are over 50 and thinking about divorce, you are not alone. While divorce among older … Continue Reading

Wrongful Termination

Written Employment Agreements Can Reduce Litigation Risks But Open The Door to Wrongful Termination Claims

No matter the context, taking the understandings, expectations, and agreements between two or more parties from their … Continue Reading

Real Estate Taxes

Real Estate Tax Appeals in Michigan

Michigan property owners are receiving annual real estate tax assessment notices, and some are feeling sticker shock. … Continue Reading

Employment Agreement

Signing Them Up to Stick Around: How Employment Agreements Can Help Employers Attract and Retain Top Talent

With the unemployment rate at its lowest in decades, opportunities abound for talented employees looking for greener … Continue Reading

Non-compete agreement

From Non-Compete To Non-Existent: Proposed FTC Rule Would Render Almost All Non-Competition Agreements Void and Unenforceable

For decades, businesses in Michigan and across the country have relied upon non-competition agreements to protect their … Continue Reading


The Basics of Appealing a Michigan Zoning Administrator’s Decision

Like all laws, rules, and regulations, zoning ordinances in Michigan are not self-executing. Someone must interpret, apply, … Continue Reading

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