3 Challenges To Creating A Business Succession Plan

3 Challenges To Creating A Business Succession Plan

Knowing what you want to happen with your business after you leave is a great first step. However, there are several challenges to creating a robust business succession plan that many entrepreneurs fail to consider until the moment of transition.
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Landowner Negligence: Who To Sue – The Landlord Or The Tenant?

Landowner Negligence: Who To Sue – The Landlord Or The Tenant?

When you are seriously injured on someone else’s property, a landowner negligence lawsuit may be the best way to be compensated for those injuries. Figuring out who to sue – the landlord or the tenant – can be troublesome. If you sue the wrong party, you could end up having your case dismissed.
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Sex Offenders: Probation And Parole Violations Can Lead To SORA Charges

Sex Offenders: Probation And Parole Violations Can Lead To SORA Charges

When you have been charged with criminal sexual conduct, a plea agreement can seem like the only way to avoid a lengthy sentence. Before you get too excited about early release, be sure you understand the potential consequences of probation and parole violations, which sex offenders, can include SORA charges for failure to register.
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Short Answers To 5 Top Business Start-Up Questions

Short Answers To 5 Top Business Start-Up Questions

When you are starting a new business, every day brings too many questions and not enough answers. Sometimes you just need a short answer to your top business start-up questions put you on the right path, keep you moving forward, and know when to visit your business lawyer’s office.
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What To Expect After You File For Divorce

What To Expect After You File For Divorce

Filing for divorce can be intimidating. It represents one of the biggest changes you can make to your life: parting ways with a spouse you can no longer live with. However, for many Michigan residents, the process of divorce is as big a mystery as what they will do once the judgment is entered.
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What Is Identity Theft In Michigan Criminal Court?

What Is Identity Theft In Michigan Criminal Court?

Over the last few years, identity theft has been big news. Everyone from your neighbor to large corporations, even the federal government, has had confidential information stolen by thieves online. However, hacking isn’t the only thing that counts as identity theft in Michigan criminal court. Find out what identity theft is, and what penalties you […]
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New Hires: Are They Employees Or Independent Contractors?

New Hires: Are They Employees Or Independent Contractors?

A recent California Supreme Court decision is causing a stir among gig-economy employers. Changes in the way that state draws the line between employees and independent contractors may affect the bottom line of companies that rely on the lower overhead that comes with contracted workers. Will those changes affect Michigan-based businesses? What are the rules […]
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Building Your Estate Administration Team Of Professionals

Building Your Estate Administration Team Of Professionals

Being named executor to a large estate can be intimidating. Executors are responsible for paying off creditors, distributing assets, and honoring loved ones’ last wishes. But executors don’t have to do it alone. By building an estate administration team of professionals, executors can fulfill their duty to the estate and protect their family or friends’ […]
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