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Divorce Proceedings In Michigan: A Step By Step Guide For Filing For Divorce

Posted By [email protected] | June 3rd, 2020
It does not work out for everyone, and for others, sometimes, “I do” becomes “I don’t” and there maybe a lot processes when that happens. Divorce is the option for couples who thinks it does not work...

Child Exemptions in a Divorce Case

Posted By admin | December 16th, 2014
The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 152(e) provides the rule governing dependency exemptions for children of divorce or separated parents. The above rule applies provided that the parents on a combined basis provide...

PROBATE LAW

Posted By admin | December 16th, 2014
The probate court is created to supervise the orderly transfer of the property owned by the deceased to the descendants. If a Will exists, it must be filed in the probate court. If no Will exists a procedure is...

AUTO ACCIDENTS AND INSURANCE

Posted By admin | December 16th, 2014
A. WHO IS COVERED?   Anyone injured B. THREE (3) TYPES OF CLAIMS ARE POSSIBLE The first possible claim is for no-fault benefits. Medical and rehabilitative expenses. Replacement of lost employment income for...

PERSONAL INJURY

Posted By admin | December 16th, 2014
Personal injury claims seek compensation for a wide variety of wrongs. Claims are made in civil trial courts to recover compensation for injury, because of unsafe or dangerous practices in home maintenance, home...

DRUNK DRIVING

Posted By admin | December 16th, 2014
It is not illegal to drive an automobile after consuming intoxicants. What is illegal is consuming alcohol to a level that exceeds the State’s “legal limit” of .08 or drinking alcohol to a point where consumption...

Auto Accidents

Posted By admin | December 16th, 2014
Winter driving can cause unexpected accidents and injury. If you are involved in an accident, it is important to: stay calm pull over to the shoulder or another area to prevent further damage if you can do so safely Always...