Tis’ the season- Make your list and check it twice!!
Business owners!! It’s that time again! Now that you are nearing the end of another year, it’s time to take a look at your records and assess what needs work. There are certain records that are industry and business-entity specific, but there are some records that EVERY business should maintain properly: organizational documents, accounting and
From our family to yours!!!
We speak ad nauseam about the importance of completing an estate plan. One of the principal reasons to handle this all-important matter is to ensure your loved ones avoid probate court. The probate process can be tedious. Dealing with this during the grieving process can be quite overwhelming- AND expensive. Recently, wxyz.com published an article
The Holographic will: an “Imperfect” solution to a problem
Michigan law allows for the creation of a holographic will, a will that is handwritten and signed by the Testator. The Testator is the person who is making out the will. A holographic will is valid only if it is ALL the following: (a) In WRITING. (b) Signed by the testator or in the testator’s
Civic Duty = Work Duty?
For this week’s tip, we are sharing an interesting piece we came across in Crain’s on small business owners giving their employees time off to vote. At the culmination of a highly charged election season in our country, several business owners see the value in encouraging their employees to vote. While Michigan is not one