Domestic violence classifications in Michigan fall either under domestic assault or aggravated domestic assaults. Either way, if you’ve been charged with domestic violence, you immediately need an aggressive and compassionate criminal defense attorney to help protect your rights, minimize the punishment received, or potentially defeat the charges.
Driving with a suspended license (DWLS) or a revoked or denied license in Michigan violates the same state law and is considered a misdemeanor. The violations, however, carry different punishments depending on the particulars surrounding each incident, including the unsafe behavior involved and an individual’s driving record. Working with a Michigan lawyer can help you achieve driver’s license restoration.
Anyone arrested for drunk driving in Michigan should hire a Michigan attorney to help with their defense. Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) convictions in Michigan can come with severe penalties, whether a first-time offender, repeat offender, commercial driver, or underage drunk driver. We can help you understand the legalities behind misdemeanor vs. felony, blood tests vs. breathalyzer tests, loss of license, and DLAD hearings.
Whether you have been the victim of an auto accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, or have lost a loved one to wrongful death, it’s important to retain the services of a Michigan attorney to determine the compensation you are entitled to for your situation. Our firm has recovered over $25 million for accident victims.
While it can be unpleasant to consider what will happen to your assets after your death, it’s a task that must be addressed. Otherwise, upon your death, and barring the existence of a Last Will and Testament, your affairs will enter Michigan’s County Probate Courts. Our office can help you provide for an orderly and systematic distribution and transition of assets to your desired heirs, while also maintaining your privacy and keeping your affairs confidential.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto, truck, or motorcycle accident due to the fault of another Michigan driver, you will need a personal injury attorney to manage your case so that you don’t become a victim again – this time, of the insurance companies – and so that you receive proper compensation for your suffering.
Whether you are married or single, a parent or childless, have a small or large amount of assets, it’s crucial for you to have a Last Will and Testament to insure that your estate is distributed according to your wishes upon your death. We serve as Michigan estate planning specialists and can also help you establish your Durable Power of Attorney and your Advanced Directive for Health Care.
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