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Michigan Estate Planning Lawyer

When it comes to planning your estate, your situation and your wishes are not the same as anyone else's. Formbook and computerized documents cannot fully deal with the nuances of your needs. Meroueh & Hallman LLP, provides carefully customized wills and other estate and advance planning documents. Each is specifically created to accomplish your particular wishes and to meet your family's particular needs. Because they are created on an individual basis, rather than through a one-size-fits-all computer program, we guarantee satisfaction. Our Firm will keep working until you are fully satisfied.

Integrity • Diligence • Experience

To ensure that your will and all of your other estate and advance planning documents will realize your vision of the future, our attorneys takes the time necessary to interview you and gain a thorough understanding of all the relevant details. We will work with you and any other family members whom you wish to involve in your planning. After gaining the necessary understanding of your assets, your family, the needs and abilities of your intended beneficiaries, and the way that you want your property left, he can create an estate plan that incorporates all the necessary pieces. These pieces may include:

  • Wills
  • Pour-over wills
  • Health care proxies
  • Living wills
  • Trusts (testamentary trusts and living trusts, including revocable trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts ("ILIT"), by-pass trusts (credit shelter trusts), marital deduction trusts, qualified terminal interest trusts ("QTIP"), qualified personal residence trusts ("QPRT"), trusts for minors, charitable trusts)
  • Powers of attorney (health care power of attorney, durable power of attorney)
  • Family Limited Partnerships (FLP)
  • Estate tax planning

Skillful Representation for the Drafting and Execution of your Estate Plan

The language used in your will is very important. It needs to be presented in a way that leaves as little room for interpretation as possible. If there is ever a disagreement among your beneficiaries regarding alleged conversations or promises that were made, a clearly written will can take a lot of the confusion out of the conversation.

Our attorneys take the time to fully understand your goals and draft documents that present them in the most definitive manner possible. When the time comes to settle your estate, we will be there to guide your representatives through the probate process and address any disputes that may arise. In everything we do, our only concern is to see that your wishes are honored and that your beneficiaries receive the assets you intend.

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