Governor Whitmer has issued an Executive Order mandating that people stay at home for the next three weeks

There are exceptions to this Order. One of the most important exceptions is to provide for continued pick-up and drop-off for parenting time.  For most people, this will not create any issues and parenting time will go on as normal.  However, for some people it will not be that easy.  The pick-up and drop-off location may be closed.  Schools or day care facilities may be closed.  Parents work schedules may have changed.

The Courts are open for emergencies only.  In most situations the Court would not consider this an emergency.  But this is determined on a case-by-case basis.

Legal problems do not just go away because the Governor has ordered us to stay home.  Situations requiring a PPO continue to exist.  The Courts are only open on a limited basis to address these immediate, potentially life-threatening situations.

The testing location for people required to test while on bond or probation are mostly closed.  People required to test are left without any guidance ads to what to do to avoid a bond or probation violation.

Divorces still need to be filed.  Criminal cases still need to be defended.

Here at McCririe Law we are open for business. Some of our staff are working remotely and some here at the office.  Bill is in the office every day.  We are filing cases, defending people and attending emergency Court hearings in person and by phone or video.  We are here to meet all of your legal needs.

You can contact us by phone at 810-229-6167 and talk with Cindie or Bill or e-mail us at [email protected], text us at 810-229-6167 or call Bill on his cell at 586-914-8577.

Please be safe and we will all get through this together.