Owning a firearm is a constitutionally protected privilege to law abiding citizens of the U.S. however, with this privilege also comes responsibility. From legal ownership to concealed permits to carry and additional issues such as obtaining a firearm from a deceased family member, gun owners are expected to not only know the rules but follow
Laws in regard to custody and parenting time in Michigan including penalties can be found in the Michigan Penal Code Chapters 350 and 552. Established to ensure the best environment for children, there are times when disagreements between parents occur. From the custody arrangement to the visitation or parenting time, it is imperative that each
Passed in October 2010, the Super Drunk Law began as two public acts signed by then Governor, Jennifer Granholm. Created as an amendment to several sections of the Michigan Vehicle Code, it added a new definition of drunk driving to those drivers found to have a BAC or bodily alcohol content of .17 or higher.
A special needs trust is a flexible tool for helping you plan for your disabled family member when you are gone. The biggest reason that special needs trusts are created is to protect the assets of our disabled loved ones. In regard to assets, certain benefits in the community or provided by the government may
All states have their own rules and regulations regarding divorce laws. In Michigan, like all other states certain rules and laws govern the proceedings from the moment you file the Complaint for Divorce until the final Judgment for Divorce is signed. One of the most significant differences in laws from state to state is the
An expungement is used to destroy or seal a criminal record after a certain period of time or when an arrest is unlawful or does not lead to a conviction. In Michigan, adult and juvenile expungements are different. When dealing with adults, the process is referred to as expungement however, when dealing with juveniles, the
While most people are all too familiar with the term divorce, a legal separation is another less common but sometimes financially beneficial option. Not long ago the term legal separation was almost unheard of, however, today it is becoming more common as couples look for ways to save money despite their inability to remain together.
Focused on family law, criminal law as well as estate planning, Miranda Bailey-Quick of The Law Offices of Daniel J. Harris, P.C. is dedicated to assisting clients in navigating their way through their cases in Gaylord MI. The Otsego County Judicial System is comprised of 3 different courts. Each court operates in its own way