Michigan Estate Planning Attorney
All adults, regardless of their financial status, need an estate plan. There are two (2) basic purposes for estate planning: transferring assets upon your death according to your wishes and avoiding the delay and expense of probate proceedings. Changes in federal estate tax laws have eliminated the issue of estate taxes for the majority of United States citizens.
Professional estate planning addresses these concerns and carries substantial benefits for you and your family. An estate plan may consist of a simple Last Will and Testament and Powers of Attorney (General and Medical) or it may involve the use of a Will, Revocable Trust, Powers of Attorney, financial and insurance planning, and changes in property ownership.
Please feel free to contact us at your convenience to set up an appointment or to discuss any questions you may have regarding your estate planning needs.