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Trusts vs. Wills

You hear a lot of people talking about why you need a will — the document ensures that your wishes are met upon death. But wills may not be your best option and could is lacking a lot of benefits you could utilize. Moreover, a will has drawbacks that include probate, taxes and a whole host […]

Detroit Legal News Article featuring Zachary Hallman

The Polish American Legal Society (PALS) hosted a general meeting on Thursday, April 20, at the Polish Village Café in Hamtramck. Among those gathering for the meeting were (l-r) Warren attorney Mark Teklinski, Sterling Heights attorney Karl Hamel, PALS ­President William Jurczak of The Law Office of William Jurczak, Zachary A. Hallman of Meroueh & […]

Happy Memorial Day 2017

Meroueh & Hallman LLP would like to take the opportunity to thank all of those who have served our country on this Memorial Day. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day (officially proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by General John Logan, nation commander of the Grand Army of the Republic), is a day of remembrance for those […]

Meroueh & Hallman Attorneys Named 2017 Michigan SuperLawyers Rising Stars

We are pleased to announce that both Founding Attorneys of the Law Firm of Meroueh & Hallman have been selected to the 2017 Michigan Rising Stars list. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state. To be eligible for the Rising Stars list, a candidate must be […]

Unemployment Simplified

In Michigan, the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) handles all claims for unemployment compensation benefits. The requirements for eligibility for unemployment benefits, in Michigan are: * An employee must have terminated or laid off for a reason other than “misconduct,” or must have been “forced to quit.” * An employee must have earned at least a […]

Sales Commission Agreements

Whether you are a sales representative and are owed commissions, or you are a principal attempting to negotiate a clear and concise sales agreement, there are specific laws in Michigan which apply directly to you, and Meroueh Hallman is here to help! Michigan Law on Unpaid Sales Commissions Michigan protects Sales Representatives through MCL 600.2961, […]