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Blog Posts in May, 2017

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  • David Bowie: Creative Estate Planning at Its Finest
    David Bowie: Creative Estate Planning at Its Finest

    BRMM’s attorneys Andy and Danielle Mayoras recently authored an article discussing David Bowie’s use of an estate planning instrument dubbed a “Bowie Bond,” a creative move that helped him ensure that ...

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  • Troy, Michigan Attorneys Danielle & Andy Mayoras Featured in DBusiness Magazine
    Troy, Michigan Attorneys Danielle & Andy Mayoras Featured in DBusiness Magazine

    Danielle and Andy Mayoras were recently featured in Detroit’s Premier Business Journal, DBusiness Magazine, to discuss their newest adventure in breaking down the estates and fortunes of celebrities ...

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  • What Is a Patient Advocate Designation?
    What Is a Patient Advocate Designation?

    What happens if you or a family member is too injured or ill to make medical decisions for themselves? In Michigan, you can designate someone to be your “patient advocate” in the event that you lose ...

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  • Autism Awareness Month: A Call to Compassion
    Autism Awareness Month: A Call to Compassion

    April is Autism Awareness month, and a perfect time to teach your children about compassion in the classroom. Compassion and autism: How your child can change the world of school for an autistic ...

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  • Forgery in Wills and Trusts
    Forgery in Wills and Trusts

    The reason why we have wills and trusts is to effectuate a person’s wishes for how their estate will be distributed. Yet it is no surprise that interested parties with ill intent might want to find a ...

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