Estate planning for the elderly, including protecting and preserving assets for loved ones who require care in a nursing home. With proper planning you can protect your loved ones’ estate and still qualify for Medicaid benefits.
Wills; Durable Powers of Attorney (health and financial); Trusts; Pre-nuptial Agreements. Take control over your affairs now and ensure that your estate is handled according to your wishes and outside of Probate Court.
Estate Planning for loved ones with special needs. It is important for individuals with loved ones who have special needs to meet with an attorney experienced in the area of special needs planning, to ensure that your wishes are followed and your special needs loved one is afforded all of the protections allowed by the law.
Decedent Estates; Guardianships; Conservatorships; Trust Administration Probate. Probate is already a complicated issue, but trying to handle it alone can simply make things even more difficult. One simple mistake can be catastrophic.
Closings; Leases; Purchases; Sales; Real Estate Transactions; Landlord-Tenant Agreements. Meeting with an experienced real estate attorney before entering into a real estate transaction will minimize your long-term risk.
It is vitally important to meet with an experienced attorney who can advice you on the advantages and disadvantages of the various entity structures allowed by Michigan Law and assist you in selecting the entity that will best suit your needs.
Improved Pension Aid and Attendant Care for Veterans. Veterans or the surviving spouse of a veteran may qualify for an enhanced monthly pension benefit.
If you are considering filing for divorce or have recently been served with a complaint for divorce, you need a reliable attorney to handle your case.