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Adultery Still Affects Alimony

In one of its first published opinions of the year, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that an extramarital affair can affect an alimony award in divorce proceedings that go to trial.
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New Law Reduces MIP to Civil Infraction

“Kids will be kids” goes the old adage. Many of us find it difficult to describe the poor decision making, and sometimes outright stupidity, displayed by our youth.
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THC Limits Sought for Drivers Using Marijuana

Despite the marijuana momentum over the past few election cycles, there are some ominous clouds on the horizon for marijuana users, both medical and recreational. Along with a host of other year-end statutes, Governor Snyder recently signed the Impaired Driving Safety Commission Act, a bill sponsored by Rep Pete Lucido [R Shelby Township].
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Dower Abolished in Michigan

As a direct result, Michigan real estate transfers just became less complicated thanks to the efforts of Senator Rick Jones, the sponsor of Senate Bills 0558, 0559, and 0560.
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Parenting Time Coordinators in Family Court

In high-conflict divorce cases with minor children, one of the most heated issues is parenting time. Daily routines, recreational activities, discipline, and health care management are often disputed between parents.
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Social Host Liability and The Holidays

This holiday season, be careful if you invite people to your home and plan to serve alcoholic beverages. Here is a summary of social host liability in Michigan and a few useful tips to keep your guests safe and avoid legal problems.
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