I Sued My Neighbor and Lost My Dock re: Riparian Rights (MI)

Occasionally I get a call from someone that begins with “I need to sue my neighbor.” What the caller really needs is advice to understand the options available, the risks, and how best to solve the problem which prompted the call. If you start with the idea that a fight is your best alternative, you may needlessly make matters worse.    Read the article………….


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