27Feb, 17

Most people recognize the considerable rights a creditor gains to satisfy a judgment if one is entered on their behalf. A judgment can result in harm to your credit score, lead to unpleasant creditor’s exams where you will be required to give testimony under oath about your assets, result in wage and tax garnishments, and ... more

22Jan, 17

By: Attorney Monica Rossi Baylis Going through a divorce is difficult and deciding how the marital debt is to be divided can be complicated and confusing. This article will specifically focus on how student loan debt taken out before or during a marriage may be divided when divorcing in Michigan. I.   Michigan is an ... more

21Jan, 16

The month of January is when most of us are ready to make a fresh start in one way or another, whether that means tossing the junk food to eat healthier, or cleaning up files to get more organized. As an attorney, I’ve noticed another type of activity tends to spike this time of year ... more

29Oct, 15

False accusations of domestic violence are not uncommon. In many cases, accusations are brought forward during a divorce by a spouse to gain leverage for spousal support or child custody. These are serious accusations and can lead to criminal charges. This exact scenario happened to one of our clients recently. Our client had been physically, ... more

8Apr, 15

By: Joseph Molina Flynn As with most political elections of late, the question pressing on the minds of immigrants and their advocates is, “What will the next President do about immigration reform?” Current President, Barack Obama, focused both of his campaigns on providing a path to dignity for undocumented immigrants living in the United States.(1) Although ... more

8Apr, 15

By: Joseph Molina Flynn The times they are a changing. Divorces become less and less traditional every day. Long gone are the days when divorce, by necessity, meant a long and contested process where an entire family’s dirty laundry would be aired out for the world to see. Today, we can rely on amicable divorce ... more

17Feb, 15

The Department of Homeland Security will not begin accepting requests for the expansion of DACA tomorrow, February 18, as originally planned. Read Secretary Jeh C. Johnson’s statement regarding the District Court’s ruling on DAPA and DAMA here.