As children get older, all parents eventually face the question of “Is my child ready to stay home alone?” Whether it is for a few minutes after school, or for an hour while mom and… Read More »Is your child ready to be left home alone?
When you sit down to discuss your estate plan with your spouse and attorney, it is important to decide not only how your loved ones will receive your assets, but also why. Most of us… Read More »Parenting from the Grave – Incentive Trusts
How do you protect digital assets in the event of incapacity or death? What exactly is a digital asset? A digital asset is any form of electronic data, along with the right to use that… Read More »Legal Corner: What Will Happen to your Digital Property After Your Death?
In Michigan, when grandparents are denied access to their grandchild they can petition the court for grandparent visitation rights. The process can be an uphill battle because there are restrictions on their ability to do… Read More »Grandparent Visitation Rights in Michigan
Preparing to send a child off to college is an action packed marathon. Starting with summer grad parties, last minute doctor visits for vaccines, hiccups like forgetting to register for parent orientation, to numerous trips… Read More »Three Legal Documents Your College Freshman Needs
Many airlines provide accommodations for the anxious parent to ensure their child’s safety when flying and traveling by themselves. Surprisingly, there is no single set of applicable regulations concerning children flying alone. Instead, the Aviation… Read More »Unaccompanied Minors: Children Flying Solo
These days spanking is widely viewed by many modern parents as an outdated and ineffective disciplinary method. Since falling out of favor with younger parents, many mistakenly assume state legislation prohibiting corporal punishment in schools… Read More »Is Spanking Legal in Michigan?