Binding Arbitration

Binding Arbitration Over Court

By Margaret Brost, Esq. If you have been told that your Motion, Settlement Conference, or Trial has been cancelled and that the court is only going to hear “emergency” issues,…

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Parenting Time Questions Mount as Schools Close in Michigan

By Amber Solar, Esq. On April 2, 2020, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order closing all Michigan schools for the remainder of the school year.  As with many…

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Asserting the Right to a Speedy Trial

By Guy Zimmerman, Esq. Delays in the Court process are prejudicial and often result in oppressive pretrial incarceration, anxiety and mental anguish for the accused, and the possibility that the…

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Court Room

Owe Back Child Support? Your Stimulus Check May Not Be on Its Way

By Amber Solar, Esq. The passage of the coronavirus relief bill brought a bit of relief to many who are facing financial hardships as COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on…

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COVID-19 and Its Effect on Montana Custody Matters

By Mary Kate Moss, Esq. The novel Corona virus has had a rippling effect throughout the country. Montana continues to report new positive cases daily. New protective measures and directives…

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How Michigan’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order Affects Parenting Time.

By Amber Soler, Esq. Covid-19 has created a million questions and worries for parents throughout the county. One question that we at Gravis Law have seen repeatedly is: Do parents…

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CARES Act – Paycheck Protection Program.

By Derek Johnson On March 27, 2020, the President signed House Bill 748 – Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economics Security Act or CARES Act into law. The CARES Act consists…

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Weathering the Storm . . . Pushing Through

By Bonnie S. Lent-Davis, Esq. I have seen clients weather the storm with resilience, and I’ve had to do it myself at a couple of critical times in my life….

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Family Law Litigants Getting Creative During This Pandemic.

By Asa LaMusga, Esq. If family law litigants want action taken during the Covid-19 pandemic due to concerns regarding parenting plans, property disputes, or financial matters, they will now be…

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