Boyer, Dawson & St. Pierre

43805 Van Dyke Avenue
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48314, United States

  • (888) 559-4705

Michigan Comparative Negligence in Auto Accidents

Early last month a man from Bangor lost part of his left leg after his motorcycle collided with a van in Van Buren County. The van was driven by a man named Watkins, who had apparently stopped at the stop sign, and then moved…more
| Personal Injury

Changes in Medical Malpractice Laws

Michigan lawmakers are attempting to drastically reform the state’s medical malpractice laws. Last month, the House passed bills aimed to modify the current state of medical malpractice in Michigan…more
| Professional Malpractice

How A Domestic Abuse Charge Can Affect You and Your Family

A domestic abuse charge can affect your custody rights, your employment and many other areas of your life. In Michigan, domestic abuse is defined as: an assault or an assault & battery by a..…more
| Family Law

Why Wills Are Important for Everyone

Estate planning may sound like something you don’t need to think about until you are approaching later stages of your life, or something only the top 1% need to take care of. This is a serious — and common — mistake…more
| Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

What Exactly is a Restraining Order in Michigan?

In Michigan, a restraining order is known as a personal protection order (PPO). Issued by the court, a PPO can protect you from harassment, assault, beating, molesting, wounding or stalking. A PPO can provide you important…more
| Civil Remedies, Family Law

When Fault Enters a No-Fault Divorce

Michigan is a no-fault divorce state. This simply means that you don’t need to prove any fault on the part of your spouse as grounds for a divorce. For example you needn't show that your spouse was cheating on you, that your…more
| Family Law

Your Business is My Business… After Divorce

You can’t quite have joint custody or visitation rights with a family-owned business. So, does the end of marriage mean the end of a family business?…more
| Family Law

What the 100-Mile Rule Means for You

If you have been through a divorce and are the custodial parent, moving your residence is far from a simple personal decision. This is especially true if you intend to move more than 100 miles from your current residence…more
| Family Law

What You Can Do with a Prenuptial Agreement

While the words prenuptial agreement can kill that pre-marriage romance, a prenup is smart financial planning. It is perhaps better thought of as a safety belt — when you ride in a car you don’t expect to get into an accident…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Family Law

Asset Division Includes Dividing Debts

One of the most complex aspects of the divorce process can be dividing marital assets — and debts. When a court divides a divorcing couple’s debts, its goal is primarily to divide the debts in a way that is fair to both…more
| Family Law

Out of Harm’s Way: Domestic Violence and Divorce

Divorce can be an extremely emotional experience, fraught with sadness, anger and even a sense of helplessness. These feelings are exacerbated for someone who has been the victim of domestic violence. If you are the victim of…more
| Civil Remedies, Criminal Law, Family Law

How to Avoid Hospital-Acquired Infections

Hospitals pride themselves on their cleanliness and sterile procedures. But as a recent article from Huffington Post discussed, one in 20 patients contracts an infection while they are in the hospital, and almost 100,000 people…more
| Personal Injury
Areas of Practice
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
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