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Steve Hessen

Not Everyone is Entitled to a Jury Trial

Ask virtually any U.S. citizen if she has a right to a jury trial in the courts of the United States and the answer will … Continue Reading

Janice Peters

The Law of Unintended Consequences: Potential Traps of Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning

Consider this scenario.  Dad is 75 years old and decides to add his son’s name to a piece of Michigan real estate he purchased five … Continue Reading

Jim Lance

Forfeiture or Foreclosure: Two Land Contract Default Remedies

When a purchaser defaults on a land contract, the seller has two legal options, forfeiture or foreclosure.  Frankly, there are pros and cons for each.  … Continue Reading

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McGlinn and Kosydar quoted in the Grand Rapids Business Journal’s Hoops Abound When Starting a Microbrewery

Kreis Enderle is pleased to acknowledge Dan McGlinn and Peter Kosydar for being quoted in a recent Grand Rapids Business Journal article regarding the ins … Continue Reading

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Kreis Enderle Sponsors Twin City Players’ production of “Little Women”

Twin City Players is a community theater serving the communities of St. Joseph, Benton Harbor, Stevensville and surrounding communities since 1932.  Kreis Enderle is honored … Continue Reading

Jeff Swenarton

Expect to Inspect: The Only Common Sense Approach to Buying Real Estate

On January 13, 2015, the New York Times published an article by Julie Creswell outlining the problems buyers are having when purchasing multi-million dollar mansions … Continue Reading

Dan McGlinn

Drilling Down Into Buying or Selling a Dental Practice in Michigan

Over the past year or so, I have assisted at least five dentists in buying or selling their individual dental practices.  So, I thought it … Continue Reading

Russ Kreis

Division of Retirement Assets in a Divorce

The division of retirement assets in a divorce can be a very difficult chore.  The parties to the divorce need to assemble an inventory of … Continue Reading

Tom King

The End of January is Near: Time for a Real Property Tax Checkup

The start of a new year is a popular time for self-assessments, check-ups and resolutions.  Resolving to give your real property a tax checkup in … Continue Reading

Robb Krueger

It’s Complicated: Implications of Court Decisions Regarding Defense of Nuisance Suits for Farmers Under Right to Farm Act

Michigan’s Right to Farm Act (RTFA) provides farmers with certain statutory rights and protections. These protections allow them to freely operate near residential and commercially … Continue Reading

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