Do I Have a Brain Injury Lawsuit? Brain injuries are often called the “silent injury” because a person might look perfectly normal but their lives have been changed forever by their injury. The first step is to recognize that you have actually suffered a brain injury.  After more than thirty years of... 
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Make it clear how you want your assets divided to avoid disagreements between your children After spending your whole life working hard to build wealth, the last thing you would want is for money to somehow cause conflict amongst your children. Yet sadly enough, that’s precisely what’s likely to happen... 
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If you take a closer look at the California child support orders, you can usually note that they have the cost of health insurance factored into the child support number’s guideline. While most people are aware of the fact that the health insurance cost has been factored into this guideline, the reason for this action... 
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In Florida and nationwide, the number of deaths in bicycle accidents is rising. Advocates say bicycle safety needs to be improved. According to a new report by the Governors Highway Safety Association, the number of bicycle fatalities rose by 16 percent between 2010 and 2012. There were 621 bicycle deaths in 2010,... 
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Is it better if I am able to file for divorce before my spouse? What is the benefit or drawback of filing for divorce first before the other spouse is able to? These are common questions that people going through a divorce tend to ask their lawyers. Before the answer to that question is given, let’s be clear on something.... 
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Double Board Certified Attorney Richard LaGarde explains what you should bring to your first attorney meeting. Allow a few moments after clicking the play icon for video to load.  Read More →
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Michigan estate planning and elder law news brief. In 2014, Congress proposed a law that would penalize veterans and surviving spouses of veterans who were looking to apply for the VA Benefit if they transfered assets within the three year period from when they applied for benefits.  If the veteran or surviving... 
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Even if you don’t receive a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, you could deal with other chronic illnesses. You may need a plan customized to a particular illness Most Michigan residents want to spend their retirement years playing golf and traveling, but a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s can change your leisure... 
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By Alberthe Bernier, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP In the past, making alterations to irrevocable trusts was an expensive and public process that was generally done through the courts.  In 1992, New York was the first state to enact a decanting statute.  In 2011, this statute was amended, making it easier to alter irrevocable... 
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It has almost been one year since we last posted on Amir Hekmati, a Marine Veteran and Flint, MI resident, when he was approaching 1,000 days of imprisonment in Iran. Now, nearly 365 days later, Hekmati remains in captivity. The U.S. Senate called on Iran to immediately release the Marine veteran in a unanimously passed... 
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