Kline Legal Group P.L.C.

March 2017 Archives

What happens to a business during a divorce

Some Michigan couples decide to try and start a business together. If the relationship becomes unstable, however, running the business properly may become problematic. While some founders plan for that contingency just in case this should happen, others fail to take this step. The failure to plan could cause the loss of the business.

Litigating accidents caused by a vehicle that failed to brake

Accident investigators in Michigan and around the country sometimes find it difficult to determine what happened in the moments prior to a collision. Distraction, intoxication or drowsiness is often suspected when no evasive action was taken before a crash, but accidents can also be caused by mechanical failure or a defect of some kind. Establishing liability is crucial in lawsuits filed on behalf of car accident victims, and plaintiff's attorneys may review police reports closely before deciding how to proceed when their client was hurt by a vehicle that failed to brake.

Autonomous vehicles may change the type of claims filed

As more autonomous vehicle prototypes take to the roadways, Michigan residents may wonder how the improvements in technology will have an impact on the types of claims and lawsuits that are filed. According to an expert, it is likely that the number of personal injury lawsuits will go down while the rate of product liability claims will increase.

A Family-Owned Business Can Significantly Complicate a Divorce

While many divorces are resolved amicably, this doesn't mean that they cannot become complicated. When a couple with a high net worth undergoes a divorce, it can be a challenge to divide the assets. There are multiple investment portfolios, property that resides in different states, and numerous other high-value items. This process becomes even more complicated if the couple owns a business together.

Back child support and Michigan fathers

Two researchers reviewed national data to determine if there was a link between the participation of fathers and delinquent child support. The results of the study indicate that fathers who owe back child support tend to spend less time with their children, are more likely to have children with more than one partner and may work fewer weeks a year.

Email Us For A Response

Contact Kline Legal Group P.L.C.

Kline Legal Group P.L.C.
483 Little Lake Drive, Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: 734-249-6100
Fax: 734-302-7222
Map & Directions

Contact Our Office

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy