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    Wayne County Court Update

    I wanted to give everyone an official update as to the plan in Wayne County.  From now until the foreseeable future all filings will remain electronic. Personal Protection Petitions requests can be found at www.3rdcc.org/divisions/family-domestic/personal-protection-order-filing-instructions. All emergency and nonemergency filing instructions can be found at …

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    Where Should You Keep Your Estate Planning Documents?

    Great, you have an estate plan, but does anyone know where it is located? Do you know where the best place is to keep your estate planning documents?  Today, Corriveau Law is sharing: Where and How to Best Store Your Will Safety Deposit Box – …

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    15 Things To Consider When Choosing the Perfect Nursing Home For Your Loved One

    At Corriveau Law we understand the difficult decision of placing a loved one in an assisted living or nursing home. In fact, it is likely one of the most difficult decisions you will ever have to make. You are placing your trust and the safety …

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  • Understand Estate Planning; Is Estate Planning Only For The Elderly?

    Is Estate Planning Only For the Elderly? While estate and long-term health/financial planning may appear to be a concern solely for the elderly population, creating a solid estate plan is actually something that should be done sooner than later and, is not limited to one’s …

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    At What Age Can Your Son Or Daughter Legally Stay Home Alone In Michigan?

    Every parent will eventually be faced with the decision of whether or not to leave his or her child home alone. According to the Census Bureau “In spring 2011, 4.2 million (approx. 11%) of the 38.6 million grade school aged children cared for themselves on …

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    8 Michigan Child Support Formula Changes Effective January 2017

    The Michigan Child Support Formula Manual (MCSF) has been updated effective January 1st, 2017. The last Michigan child support update was done nearly 4 years ago in 2013 – the latest revisions include not only updated economic factors when calculating child support but procedural changes …

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    Social Security Benefits; 6 Steps To Knowing If You Qualify

    Applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can be an extremely confusing and somewhat of a laborious process. The process of having to file a claim all the while dealing with lost wages, financial stresses, illness, injury, and a host of other personal obstacles – …

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    Corriveau Law’s 40th Anniversary

    This year, 2016 marked Corriveau Law’s 40th Anniversary! As we prepare for the new year – we wanted to say a very special “thank-you” to our clients, staff, and all who have made these last 40 years golden. Corriveau Law has had the pleasure of …

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  • Ranked 10 Best For Client Satisfaction; According to The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys

    Ranked 10 Best 2015 for Client Satisfaction – According to The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys  PRESS RELEASE “Richard J. Corriveau, Esp Has Been Nominated and Accepted as 2015 AIOFLA”S 10 Best In Michigan for Client Satisfaction The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys …

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    Do You Need A Lawyer To Divorce In Michigan?

    Do I Need a Lawyer To Divorce In Michigan? “The simple answer is yes; while the law does not force you to get an attorney. Much like anything else, without the knowledge and experience important aspects of children and property division might be overlooked without …

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