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Revocable v. Irrevocable Trust: What’s the Difference?
Revocable v. Irrevocable Trust: What’s the Difference?

Trusts are a valuable estate planning tool. A trust can accomplish a wide range of purposes. Since the goals determine the nature of the trust, there are many kinds of trusts. But every trust is either revocable or irrevocable. What’s the difference? More Than Just a Name ...

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    Trusts are a valuable estate planning tool. A trust can accomplish a wide range of purposes. Since the goals determine the nature of the trust, there are many kinds of trusts. But every trust is ...

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    A Michigan statute governs access to a deceased individual’s safe deposit box. The law establishes specific requirements and procedures that apply if you need to access a loved one’s safe deposit box ...

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    Michigan courts have broad authority to appoint a conservator for an individual who can no longer manage their own financial matters. Establishing a conservatorship requires filing a petition with a ...

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    The attorney-client privilege protects client communications to a lawyer and prohibits a lawyer from disclosing protected information shared by a client. Application of the simply-stated rule becomes ...

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    Michigan is one of only a handful of states that recognize the use of lady bird deeds as a method of transferring title to real property on the death of the property owner. Other states have similar ...

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