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The Rubinstein Law Firm

For Legal Help, Call
248-220-1415

COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT: The Rubinstein Law Firm is dedicated to helping you with your legal needs during these challenging times. We can meet with you virtually (Skype, FaceTime, etc.), or by telephone.

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Michigan Litigation Blog

What is a seller’s disclosure?

Buying a new property is an investment in your future. However, there are lots of things that can go wrong during the process. That is why homebuyers must protect themselves throughout the transaction. Sellers also have a responsibility during real estate...

What should I know about gaslighting?

Not all abusive relationships involve physical violence. They can also involve emotional or psychological abuse, such as gaslighting. According to Healthline, gaslighting involves emotional manipulation intent on making the victim question their perception of reality....

Fighting to keep your full 401(k)

Were you to ask many of those that come to us here at The Rubinstein Law Firm for assistance with their divorce cases which aspect of those proceedings came as the greatest surprise to them, many might respond with them learning that their 401(k) account were subject...

Getting help to overcome violent tendencies

Facing allegations of abuse can impact a batterer's relationships, career and future. What others may not see are the challenges that perpetrators may face that influence their reaction.   Despite the seriousness of domestic violence, perpetrators also deserve a...

Can you run a business out of your home?

Zoning laws are often similar from one municipality to the next, but the details may be significant enough to prevent you from running a business like the one your friend started a few miles away. Fortunately, cities also have a process for requesting an exception or...

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