Ending 10 years of uncertainty and inconsistent rulings at the trial court level, the Michigan Court Appeals opened the door for grandchildren in the State to have a meaningful relationship with their grandparents. In a decision reached last week, the Court made clear that, indeed, grandparents have the right to file for visitation with their grandchildren. The Court addressed both the procedural and substantive issues that previously made it difficult for judges to rule on these petitions.
When Appealing a Michigan Property Tax Assessment, Must the Possibility of Obtaining a Zoning Variance Be Considered in Determining the Property's True Cash Value?
GREAT NEWS! Your business is going like gang busters. You want to start putting money into retirement. You have no employees but yourself. What type of retirement plan it right for you? Perhaps a 401(k) plan is the answer instead of a basic profit sharing plan.
Underwood v. Carpenters Pension Trust Fund Detroit & Vicinity ("Pension Plan") et. al.
Another year has likely brought about another round of faux legalese to your Facebook news feed. If you have been on Facebook within the last week or two, you have probably seen something like this: