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New MDHHS Order Limits Indoor and Outdoor Gatherings for Three Weeks

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHSS) issued a new emergency order Nov. 15 that enacts a three-week pause targeting indoor social gatherings and other group activities to curb the rapidly rising COVID-19 infection rates. The or… Read More
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Categories: Covid 19

Supreme Court Extends Landlord/Tenant Order Through 2020

On Oct. 22, the Supreme Court approved amendments to Administrative Order 2020-17 (landlord/tenant), which extends compliance through the end of 2020 while the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) order halting evictions for nonpayment of rent cases is… Read More
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What are the Different Types of Wills?

Many people understand the concept of a will, but did you know that there are several types of wills? Below is a breakdown of the different types of wills so that you can make the best selection for yourself and your family. Formal Will – A for… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning

COVID-19 Vaccine Considerations for Business Owners

Biotech firms Pfizer and BioNTech announced on Nov. 9 that their COVID-19 vaccine has demonstrated evidence of 90 percent efficacy against the disease. As the world continues to move closer to a vaccine that will prevent the spread of the coronavirus… Read More
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Will Insurance Cover COVID-19 Interruption Loss in Michigan?

As business owners attempt to financially recoup from the mandatory state shutdown and the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, some may look for alternative ways to add to their bottom line, including filing a claim against their insurer for i… Read More
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New Laws Protect Workers from Spread of COVID-19 and Businesses that Implement Safety Measures

Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently signed House Bills 6030, 6031, and 6032 into law. The new laws protect Michigan workers from the spread of COVID-19 and businesses that implement safety measures to keeps workers, customers, and their families safe.… Read More
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Categories: Business, Covid 19

MDHHS Extends Emergency Order in Effort to Contain Spread of COVID-19

On Oct. 29, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) revised and extended its epidemic order to contain the spread of COVID-19, as Michigan continues to see a surge in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. New provisions target ind… Read More
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Categories: Business, Covid 19

MIOSHA Issues Emergency Rules to Protect Workers Against COVID-19

On Oct. 14, the Michigan Occupational Health and Safety Administration (MIOSHA) issued emergency rules meant to protect employees from COVID-19 while at work. Governor Gretchen Whitmer concurred in the finding of the Department of Labor and Economic… Read More
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Who Should You Choose To Become Personal Representative of Your Estate?

Choosing a personal representative (formerly called “executor”) for your estate is no easy matter. You will want to make sure you have selected a person or entity who you trust to ensure all of your final arrangements are carried out in the manne… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning

Employers Should Prepare to Answer FFCRA Questions

The Department of Labor’s new media campaign surrounding the COVID-19 sick and family leave under the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA) may attract the attention of some of your employees, and as a result, business owners and employ… Read More
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