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How Can I Avoid Probate in Michigan?
14
May

How Can I Avoid Probate in Michigan?

Navigating the estate planning process can be challenging, especially when individuals wish to avoid probate in Michigan. Probate court proceedings are the process by which a deceased person's assets are transferred to their heirs, and it can be complicated. Understandably, many seek ways to bypass…

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Why Are Truck Accidents Often Deadly?
14
Apr

Why Are Truck Accidents Often Deadly?

Commercial truck accidents present one of the highest risks for fatalities on the road. An industry shrouded in complexity, truck accidents often lead to legal challenges that demand experienced attorneys. They embody the epitome of car accidents, serving as a harsh reminder of the stakes…

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How are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Different?
04
Mar

How are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Different?

Bankruptcy, a term often associated with financial distress, provides hope for those drowning in debt. However, understanding the different types of bankruptcy, specifically Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, can be tough. Here, we delve into their differences, advantages, and disadvantages to clarify this complex topic.…

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Why Should I Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney? 
05
Feb

Why Should I Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney? 

For many, the prospect of bankruptcy comes with a mixture of relief and trepidation. The thought of tackling the process alone might seem like a way to conserve resources when they are most needed. However, the reality of filing for bankruptcy is far from simple.…

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How Are Assets Divided in a Michigan Divorce?
10
Jan

How Are Assets Divided in a Michigan Divorce?

Entering the divorce proceedings can be a challenging journey. One of the most important and often contentious aspects of a divorce is the division of assets. Understanding how property is divided in Michigan is crucial to your case's outcome. At Aiello & Associates, we provide…

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