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  • MIP Penalties Lessen With New Legislation By Dave Barberi The new year brings majors changes for the law governing minors in possession of alcohol in Michigan. Prior to Jan. 1, underage drinkers between the ages of 17 and 20 who were caught in possession of alcohol faced misdemeanor charges. Now, young drinkers will be given a chance to make a mistake, …
  • Unique Issues Facing Baby Boomers in Divorce - Gray Divorce Baby boomers are those who were born between 1946 and 1964. Today, baby boomers are 52 to 70 years old. When people in that age group get divorced they face unique issues. If they are leaving long term marriages and also approaching retirement, a common problem they will be faced with is whether one spouse …
  • Auto Insurance Fees Rise $10 for Michigan Drivers The annual auto insurance fee Michigan drivers pay toward caring for people catastrophically injured in crashes rose to $170 on July 1, a $10 increase. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) announced the new per-car as­sessment for the 12 months would start on July 1. It increased by the same amount last year. The Livonia-based …
  • Second Chances for Youthful Offenders The Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (HYTA) is a Michigan law intended by the legislature to allow those persons between the ages of 17 and 21 to avoid the stigma and disability of a criminal record. The law allows for a judge to exercise their broad discretion in whether to allow the offender such special treatment. …
  • Explaining How Michigan's No-Fault Law Works   Do you know what Michigan’s No-Fault Law means? If you or a loved one has been in a motor vehicle accident, it’s crucial that you know your rights. Prior to Oct. 1, 1973, people injured in motor vehicle accidents could sue the driver of the vehicle responsible for their accident for injuries and damages. …
  • Medicaid, Estate Recovery and You Extended care in a nursing facility impacts many families in Michigan. Eligible nursing home residents can qualify for Medicaid benefits to assist with the significant cost of nursing care. Unfortunately, many families are disheartened to learn that upon the death of a loved one receiving Medicaid benefits, their remaining property is subject to an estate …

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