Michigan Trust Lawyer
Many people have a difficult time confronting issues such as what will happen after their death. Dying without a will or trust means that the state of Michigan will have the authority to divide your property according to intestate succession laws. Proper planning now can bring you peace of mind that your estate will be distributed the way you want upon your death.
Skillful Representation for the Drafting and Execution of your Trust
When you are ready to make your wishes for your legacy known, contact our Michigan living trusts and wills lawyers. We help you plan for the proper division of your property. We offer a variety of estate planning options, from the simple to the sophisticated:
Estate planning lawyers at Meroueh & Hallman LLP can help to set up a living trust, which can help your heirs avoid probate. Unlike a will - a public record - a trust remains a private document that can only be seen by an appointed trustee or a successor trustee. Our complete living trust package is only $995 and includes:
- Attorney consultation
- Revocable living trust
- Certificate of trust
- Durable power of attorney
- Health care power of attorney
- Pourover last will and testament
- Lifetime storage service in a fire proof safe
- Quitclaim deeds for up to three properties in Michigan
- Two disinterested witnesses and a Michigan bonded notary public
There are also a variety of other trusts that may meet your goals, such as family trusts, special needs trusts, charitable remainder trusts and irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILITs).
Talk to a Lawyer About Drafting a Trust that Fits your Needs
Contact our office in Dearborn to schedule an appointment with an attorney. You can reach us by phone at 313-582-7469.