Jim Lance

Adverse Possession in Real Property Boundary Disputes

Believe it or not, a person can become the rightful owner of a piece of real property even if he does not have legal title … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

U.S. Labor Department Expands Overtime Pay Opportunities for Salaried Workers

Many people don’t know that many employees who earn a salary are entitled to overtime. According to a new proposal from the U.S. Department of … Continue Reading

Kayla Thompson

My Parent Passed Away. Now What?

The loss of a parent is never easy. Whether it comes unexpectedly or after a long struggle with illness, the grief and sadness are equally … Continue Reading

Ray Schultz

Michigan Bank Account Garnishment – A Powerful Collections Tool

Obtaining a judgment against a delinquent debtor is an essential step in collecting amounts owed to you. But most debtors don’t respond to judgments by … Continue Reading

Daniel Boocher

How Child Support Is Calculated in Michigan

“Child support” is the amount of money one parent is ordered by the court to pay to the other, noncustodial parent toward the costs of … Continue Reading

Mike Toth

Does a Parent’s Legal Use of Marijuana Jeopardize Custody Rights?

American attitudes towards marijuana are changing, and an increasing number of states, including Michigan, have enacted laws legalizing medicinal and recreational use. Despite these developments, … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Misconceptions About Employee Pay for Meal Break and Rest Periods

You may not realize that in Michigan, most employers are not legally required to allow workers either paid or unpaid meal breaks or rest periods. … Continue Reading

Collin Rosenbaum

Legal Distinctions Between Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, Assistance Animals, and Pets

Animals play a vital role in the health, safety, and wellbeing of people around the world. Certain animals, known as “service animals,” are specifically trained … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

A Medical Marijuana Card Won’t Protect You From a Pink Slip, Michigan Appellate Court Rules

Michigan workers who legally use medical marijuana can be rejected for employment or fired for violating an employer’s drug policy, the Michigan Court of Appeals … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

What to Know About State and Federal Whistleblower Protection Laws

It’s not uncommon for employees who witness or have knowledge of wrongful activity in their workplaces to be hesitant about reporting such activity for fear … Continue Reading

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