Fun with Scrivener’s Error, Collateral Estoppel and Res Judicata

By Doug Chalgian on March 20, 2021

  This unpublished opinion explores the differences between res judicata and collateral estoppel, while touching on the limits to using an affidavit of scrivener’s error to clear title...

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Not Making This Up

By Doug Chalgian on August 23, 2019

In a recently released unpublished opinion, a panel of the Michigan Court of Appeals has held that a trust can own real property as a joint tenant with...

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Doug Chalgian

About The Author: Doug Chalgian

I am an estate planning, probate litigating, elder law attorney. This is a blog for clients and professional colleagues. In it I offer my ideas about the state of the law and the practice of law. I believe we are living through a unique period during which the law (which is traditionally slow to change) and society are attempting to evolve to address the explosion of people living long lives. I find these developments fascinating and enjoy being involved in this evolution.