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Whether stacking division and re-division rights is legal is up for interpretation.
Vagueness in the 1997 Land Division Act might soon lead to court battles if the Michigan legislature doesn’t step in with a bill clarifying the law’s intent. Read More
They are used by courts in contentious divorce or break-up situations.
A newly passed amendment to the Child Custody Act likely will expand the use of parenting coordinators to courts that previously have not used them. Read More
GVSU program is one of only a few with national accreditation.
Advertising and public relations students at Grand Valley State University aren’t waiting until graduation to gain real-world experience in their future career field. Read More
Medical Mile’s growing pains are at center of proposal.
(Watch for this story Monday morning on WZZM TV 13) The Michigan Street Corridor has seen $1 billion worth of development in the past decade, and if projections are correct, the area — also known as the Medical Mile — will see millions of dollars more in development over the course of the next decade. Read More
The Grand Rapids City Commission has welcomed the city’s new director of the Parks & Recreation Department. Read More