A Michigan Guardian’s Power Is Immense, but Not Infinite: How and Why They May Be Removed and Replaced
A Michigan guardian is invested with considerable authority and control over their ward, but that power isn't infinite. It can be taken away if they are "unsuitable" for the role, among other reasons.
Four Legs, Two Homes? What Happens to a Beloved Pet in a Michigan Divorce
In a Michigan divorce, pets are not treated like children. They are considered personal property, which makes them subject to equitable distribution like other assets.
Twelve Maddin Hauser Attorneys Selected as 2023 DBusiness “Top Lawyers”
DBusiness Magazine has included 12 of our shareholders on the 2023 list of “Top Lawyers” of Metro Detroit.
Maddin Hauser Named Among 2023 Best Law Firms
U.S. News – Best Lawyers' 2023 Best Law Firms guide names Maddin Hauser in fourteen practice areas regionally.
Your Online Assets and Accounts Will Survive You After You Pass Away. Make Sure Your Estate Plan Addresses What Happens to Them.
With so much of the business of life conducted online, providing access and instructions for the disposition of digital assets and accounts in your estate plan is critical.