March 2013

March 2013

Andy Griffith home, not preserved in will, to be demolished

When you have significant assets and the desire to preserve a legacy, you sometimes need a few brainstorming sessions to cover all of the bases. It is also important for Oakland County residents to draft estate planning documents to ensure that your wishes are carried out; otherwise, unexpected decisions may

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How rising building costs could affect new home buyers

When it comes to buying your first home, many Michigan families worry most about the headaches generally associated with first homes. Whether it’s the expense of remodeling or replacing the entire roof after the first week of moving in, most people would rather forego these headaches and buy a new

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Federal government fines company for violating Clean Water Act

Passed in 1972, the Clean Water Act, also known as the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972, was considered to be a radical departure from previous federal water-quality legislation because it transformed how society viewed their impact on the environment on a whole. Section 404, which focuses specifically

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Amicable end to 2008 Oakland County suit against trustee

The success or failure of a business corporation often depends on how smoothly the ownership and administration of the business is passed from the deceased founder to the heirs. Merely focusing on proper estate planning and ignoring estate administration can lead to prolonged litigation, which may affect the overall stability

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2013 the predicted year for a seller’s market

It’s been a long time coming but the real estate market may finally put a smile on the faces of people trying to sell their homes in Michigan. Many residents across the state anxiously looked on as home prices plummeted to all time lows during the recession and there was

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