The goal of our Business Law Team is to protect and grow your business assets and your individual wealth. We can help you start a business, open an LLC, buy real estate, negotiate contracts, and plan for business succession. We also include a unique service, Professional Collection Solutions, wherein we shoulder the burden of collecting overdue accounts receivables for our business clients.
Our Family Law Team guides clients through difficult times: Divorce, Child Custody, Guardianship, Conservatorship, and probating a loved-one's estate.
Our Life-Care Planning Team brings together expertise in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Government Benefits (SSA and VA), and Long-Term Care Planning. This team includes an Estate Planning and Elder Law attorney, Social Security/Disability and Medicaid Benefits specialists, and a VA-certified attorney. Whether you need a simple will, assistance in appealing a disability denial, information about the Aid & Attendance benefit, or need to negotiate caregiver solutions, we can help.
Our business and commercial litigation attorneys handle a wide range of legal matters of importance to business owners and CEO's. Our Litigation Team covers both civil and business litigation that focus on state as well as federal proceedings. We represent individual and business clients throughout West Michigan.
Tax Resolution Specialists is a client team devoted to helping individuals and businesses resolve problems due to unpaid taxes.
Our Personal Injury and Insurance Law Team has more than 25 years of experience representing individuals in accident cases involving serious injuries and death. They are also well equipped to successfully resolve the insurance coverage disputes that can arise out of these types of complex cases.//
Client Service Areas
Affordable Care Act UpdateA non-governmental agency entitled “Corporate Records Service” is soliciting Michigan businesses and Corporations to prepare corporate records for a nominal fee of $125. The problem is Michigan Corporations are not required by law to file corporate records. The only legal requirements are the filing of annual reports/statWe wanted to inform you of an important Affordable Care Act requirement that may affect some of our clients.
All new employees hired after October 1, 2013, must be notified on the date of their hire.
The Department of Labor has created two sample notices. You may want to pass them on to your clients to help them communicate with their employees:
Even if your clients' businesses do not meet the FLSA requirements, we suggest that they keep these notices handy in case their employees ask for the information they provide.
Have more questions? Need the sample notices? We're here to help at firstname.lastname@example.org.