As a gamer, you understand how easy it can be to get caught up in the excitement of the game and sometimes forget that there are real people on the other end of your screen. If something goes wrong during your game, if someone makes a rude comment or if you and your team get ganged up on by rival gamers, you might want to get back at them. This is where the line between reality and gaming can sometimes get blurred. Many gamers in Michigan and elsewhere might not realize how much of an effect their words or actions can have in the online world.
Credit card debt is an extremely scary topic for many Americans and for good reason. Americans have recently hit a milestone and now carry more debt than any other time in the country's history. The total debt has now exceeded $1 trillion.
With ever-changing marijuana laws across the country and in Michigan alone, it can be confusing to understand what is legal or illegal. Medical marijuana is legal in Michigan and just underwent several changes due to a new law. A lot of people are wondering how many plants a patient or caregiver can grow.
October is here, which means it is almost time for Halloween. If you recently divorced and have a parenting plan, you might be wondering how to handle this holiday. Holidays come with unique challenges for divorced parents. Who will take the kids trick or treating?
Being strapped for cash can feel humiliating and stressful. You might try to ignore it, but the reality is setting in that you are unable to make the minimum payment on your credit card bill. Whether you lost your job, had an unexpected expense or you have been spending unwisely, it is a serious problem.
All your bills are flowing in and you are wondering if you are going to be able to afford them. You might be thinking of skipping a payment or two, but which ones? Skipping a monthly payment has consequences, but each one is unique. Missing a cell phone bill is much different from missing a mortgage payment.
Many lawyers advise clients not to testify in their own defense, but sometimes, the clients go ahead and do it anyway. Frequently, this testimony turns out to be a mistake.
Under some circumstances, Michigan law can hold you jointly responsible for someone else's actions. Helping someone else commit a crime or avoid punishment after committing one can lead to criminal charges of aiding and abetting or being an accessory after the fact.