The law can seem like a daunting and complex tangle. The attorneys of Cunningham Dalman are here to help. If you require legal representation or would like to seek advice from a law expert, we hope you’ll talk with someone at our firm. We also encourage you to learn more about legal issues that matter to you. On this page you will find valuable information about many different aspects of the law. We encourage you to spend some time browsing this collection of posts written by Cunningham Dalman attorneys.


Estate Planning During a Pandemic

If completing an estate plan has been on your to-do list for years – now is the time to get it done. Now is the time to check in with your loved ones on whether they need to do some planning while we face a global health crisis. No matter the size of your resources… continue reading

COVID-19 and Child Support Obligations

If you have an income or job loss because of COVID-19, Ottawa County Friend of the Court has put in place a process to quickly address your job/income loss. Here is what you should do: Call your Ottawa County Friend of the Court investigator/case worker to request a joint phone conference to review child support… continue reading

Medicaid Planning and Asset Protection Seminar

Please join us for a seminar to discuss Medicaid planning and eligibility for couples. The seminar is on April 21, 2020 at 5:30 pm at Cunningham Dalman, P.C. Please click the below link for details and instructions on how to RSVP. April Seminar

Asset Protection for Single Persons

When a single person needs Medicaid benefits to pay for in-home, assisted living, or nursing home care it is true that the asset protection options are limited compared to a married person in the same situation. But there are still some options. Check out the tips below and join us on March 10, 2020 at… continue reading

Remember These Rules to Protect Your Assets

You may have created a trust to protect your assets if you need nursing home care or, you may advise clients who have done this.  I am going to call this type of trust a Medicaid Asset Protection Trust. As you probably remember, five years must pass before the assets in this trust are protected. … continue reading