Financial mistakes can often be the most common and costly mistakes. In many cases, one person manages the finances and the other has no clue. This can create a serious issue for the person that doesn’t fully know much about the household finances.
April is national distracted drivers’ month and the police will be cracking down on violators. But don’t think this only applies to April. Texting while driving has been illegal in both Michigan and Indiana for over six years. Unfortunately,
If you have ever found yourself getting angry while stuck behind a driver who dawdles in the left lane, you are not alone. Motorists on Michigan highways are increasingly frustrated by slow moving vehicles traveling in the left lane, and they are
In April 2012, five of the seven members of the Transportation Committee in the Michigan legislature voted to modify Michigan’s universal helmet law. Prior to this vote, every motorcyclist in the state was required to wear a helmet. Helmets continue
With each New Year, we make a list of resolutions, we change the batteries in the smoke detectors, and we make better use of our gym memberships. Along with the resolutions, this year there are several new laws that are taking effect early in
A new law was signed by Governor Rick Snyder modifying the process for obtaining a concealed pistol license in Michigan. The Governor had twice vetoed measures of a similar nature over concerns with provisions that would have allowed gun owners with
Copyright laws began as far back as the 18th century in England and were created to protect authors. Authors needed to renew their copyright every two years or their works would no longer be protected. Copyright laws have continually changed over the
The driver responsibility fees that were put in place and passed in 2004 by Governor Rick Snyder, are being phased out by October of 2019. The law was designed to raise money for the state as well as keep serious and repeat offenders off the roads.
Do you have a parent or elderly relative or neighbor being care for in their home by someone? Finding an in home caregiver you can trust isn’t always easy, but it is extremely important. It might be comforting for your loved one to remain in their
The Michigan House has approved major changes to the state's medical marijuana program adding regulations to dispensaries and creating a tracking system for plants, and defines usable forms of medical marijuana. House Bill 4209 was approved by