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Planning for Your Digital Estate Plan

Planning for Your Digital Estate Plan

Do you ever wonder what would happen to your digital assets when you die? Who will be able to pay your electronic bills, shut off automatic debits to your checking account, or tell your Facebook friends that you are gone? Who would have access to get into your email account? The more we are digitally Read More

What to Look for When Hiring an Estate Planning Attorney

When planning to set up a will or a trust for yourself and your family it is important to plan accordingly throughout the process. It is equally important to think the process through when selecting the right estate planning attorney. When you start your research for estate planning attorneys, you need to keep in mind Read More

The Basics of Attorney Malpractice in Michigan

Law can be a highly contentious field and the stakes are often very high. Litigation involving the court system is an emotional and sensitive process for the parties and their attorneys. Transactional issues such as estate planning and real estate transactions can often lead to costly errors as well. For whatever reason, when things don’t Read More

Government Benefits & Special Needs Trusts

When planning one’s estate, an attorney must analyze whether or not there may be heirs who have special needs and rely on government assistance for support. Such government assistance programs involved in this type of planning are commonly known as Social Security Disability (“SSD”), Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”), Medicare and Medicaid. Below is a brief Read More

How do I open a probate estate? Miniseries part 3/3

In the last part of our miniseries on opening a probate estate, we will discuss the basics of opening an estate using a “formal” procedure and will include a brief discussion of what supervised estates are. Formal Procedure for Opening an Estate When used in probate court jargon, “Formal” is a bit of a misnomer Read More

Appoint a Guardian for your Child

Do you have minor children? Do you have legal documents that plan for your children if something happens to you and your spouse? You can use the attached form if you do not have any estate planning documents and would like to appoint a guardian for your minor children if you have not done so Read More

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