In a Michigan divorce, a child's custody preference can be one of many factors when determining what is in their best interest.
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While minority shareholders in closely held Michigan corporations may not have control, they do have rights when the majority engages in shareholder oppression.
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.
Owners of family-held or small businesses intuitively understand the importance of planning.
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.
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.