In an effort to protect the health of our clients, employees, and communities from potential impacts of COVID-19, we are holding virtual meetings (via telephone) as an alternative to traditional face-to-face meetings. The quarantine does not need to stop you from getting the legal help you need and we are still available to help! Feel free to reach out for a Free Virtual Consultation.

In order to express our gratitude and appreciation to all of the healthcare workers and first responders helping our communities, we want to extend a discount to each of them and their families on any estate planning services to help them protect and care for their own loved ones.

    • When Do You Need to Update Your Estate Plan?

      Creating an estate plan gives you the peace of mind that you’ve taken the necessary steps to protect your family for the future. As time goes by, don’t forget that keeping your plan up-to-date is just ...

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    • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

      At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

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    • Does Your Aging Parent Have the Mental Capacity to Make a Will?

      Michigan law requires that an individual must have “sufficient mental capacity” to make a will in order for the document to be valid. This requirement provides the basis for a court challenge to the ...

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    • When Do You Need to Update Your Estate Plan?

      Creating an estate plan gives you the peace of mind that you’ve taken the necessary steps to protect your family for the future. As time goes by, don’t forget that keeping your plan up-to-date is just ...

      Read More
    • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

      At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

      Read More
    • Does Your Aging Parent Have the Mental Capacity to Make a Will?

      Michigan law requires that an individual must have “sufficient mental capacity” to make a will in order for the document to be valid. This requirement provides the basis for a court challenge to the ...

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    • Does an Executor or Trustee Have a Duty to Maintain Confidentiality?

      The process of administering an estate after someone dies involves a lot of different responsibilities. The duties include collecting assets, paying debts and satisfying obligations, and distributing ...

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    • What to Expect at a Michigan Guardianship Hearing

      If your elder family member or loved one is having difficulty taking care of himself or herself, you may consider seeking appointment of a guardian. In a Michigan guardianship proceeding, the probate ...

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    • Does Your Aging Parent Have the Mental Capacity to Make a Will?

      Michigan law requires that an individual must have “sufficient mental capacity” to make a will in order for the document to be valid. This requirement provides the basis for a court challenge to the ...

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    • Danielle and Andy's TV Show: "Fortune Fights"

      We are so proud of our shareholders, Danielle Mayoras and Andy Mayoras, who host a new TV show called “Fortune Fights” airing on the REELZ Channel. The duo has been receiving some wonderful media ...

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    • BRMM Wins Significant Elder Law Case in Michigan Court of Appeals

      BRMM attorneys Don Rosenberg and Scott Robbins recently won an important elder law case in the Michigan Court of Appeals. In rendering the decision, the Court of Appeals recognized that the case was ...

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    • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

      At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

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    • Challenging a Patient Advocate Designation / Healthcare Durable Power of Attorney

      When an individual signs a legally valid patient advocate designation , the document gives another person the authority to make healthcare decisions for the individual who signed should he or she ...

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    • 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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    • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

      At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

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    • A Will Is Not an Estate Plan (Here’s Why)

      A Will is a basic part of most estate plans, but an estate plan includes much more than just a Last Will and Testament. A complete estate plan includes other essential legal documents that protect you ...

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    • Florida Powers of Attorney: What Michigan Snowbirds Need to Know

      In our Michigan estate planning practice at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C., we work with clients who spend part of the year in the Sunshine State or who have real estate or other interests ...

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    • Danielle and Andy's TV Show: "Fortune Fights"

      We are so proud of our shareholders, Danielle Mayoras and Andy Mayoras, who host a new TV show called “Fortune Fights” airing on the REELZ Channel. The duo has been receiving some wonderful media ...

      Read More
    • BRMM Wins Significant Elder Law Case in Michigan Court of Appeals

      BRMM attorneys Don Rosenberg and Scott Robbins recently won an important elder law case in the Michigan Court of Appeals. In rendering the decision, the Court of Appeals recognized that the case was ...

      Read More
    • Does an Executor or Trustee Have a Duty to Maintain Confidentiality?

      The process of administering an estate after someone dies involves a lot of different responsibilities. The duties include collecting assets, paying debts and satisfying obligations, and distributing ...

      Read More
    • Delays in Social Security Disability Cases at Record Highs

      Summary The Social Security Administration faces a record – and rapidly growing – backlog of appeals by people who claim they are too disabled to work. Through June, it had just over 745,000 cases ...

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    • Marriage and Social Security Benefits

      Millions of couples blissfully say “I do” each year with perhaps only a fleeting thought of eventually retiring with their beloved. But married couples should pause to consider the array of Social ...

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    • Hidden Social Security Option

      Did you elect to take Social Security benefits before your full retirement age? If you did and are now looking for extra income, there may be an answer. Once you reach full retirement age, you can pay ...

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    • Bill Signed Removing 'Mentally Retarded' From Federal Laws

      President Obama has signed into law a bill eliminating use of the phrase “mentally retarded” from all federal law. The the law is named Rosa’s Law after the Maryland 8-year-old with Down syndrome ...

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    • 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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    • What Is a Special Needs Trust & Do I Need One?

      There are many different types of trusts, including living trusts, testamentary trusts, revocable and irrevocable trusts, and special needs trusts. It can be difficult to know what type of trust is ...

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  • Tax
    • Federal Estate Tax and Gift Tax Changes in the Tax Cut and Jobs Act Provide New Opportunities for Tax Savings

      Most of the changes in the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, which became effective on January 1, 2018, relate to income taxes. However, the law includes important and significant changes that affect federal ...

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    • Congress Closes Kiddie Tax Loophole

      Sometimes the best-laid plans go awry – and this time, you can blame Congress. If part of your tax planning included giving appreciated stocks, mutual funds or other assets to your teen or college ...

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    • What to Do if You Inherit an IRA

      As more and more people open individual retirement accounts (IRAs) it becomes more and more likely that some of those account will pass from the IRA owners to their beneficiaries. Here’s what you need ...

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    • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

      At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

      Read More
    • Danielle and Andy's TV Show: "Fortune Fights"

      We are so proud of our shareholders, Danielle Mayoras and Andy Mayoras, who host a new TV show called “Fortune Fights” airing on the REELZ Channel. The duo has been receiving some wonderful media ...

      Read More
    • BRMM Wins Significant Elder Law Case in Michigan Court of Appeals

      BRMM attorneys Don Rosenberg and Scott Robbins recently won an important elder law case in the Michigan Court of Appeals. In rendering the decision, the Court of Appeals recognized that the case was ...

      Read More
    • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

      At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

      Read More
    • What Happens When The Family Can't Get Along?

      Dealing with a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another condition causing loss of competence is difficult enough. The problem becomes even more troublesome when the condition acts as a ...

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    • What Is the Importance of Registering a Michigan Trust?

      If you have a trust in Michigan, state law provides that you can register the trust. Registering a Michigan trust is not required (except for certain charitable trusts, as discussed below). Even for ...

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    • Urgent Bulletin: New Regulations for VA Pension and Other Needs Based Benefits Effective October 18, 2018

      The VA is implementing a 36 month look-back with a penalty period not to exceed five (5) years for those applicants who transfer assets during this look-back period. Such transfers may include the ...

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    • Urgent Bulletin: New Regulations for VA Pension and Other Needs Based Benefits Effective October 18, 2018

      The VA is implementing a 36 month look-back with a penalty period not to exceed five (5) years for those applicants who transfer assets during this look-back period. Such transfers may include the ...

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    • What Medical and Pension Benefits Are Available to Veterans?

      Veterans, as well as spouses and dependents, may be eligible for a variety of medical and pension benefits. If you or a loved one is a veteran, it is important to be aware of these benefits and know ...

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    • Veterans Assistance Update

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    • Does Your Aging Parent Have the Mental Capacity to Make a Will?

      Michigan law requires that an individual must have “sufficient mental capacity” to make a will in order for the document to be valid. This requirement provides the basis for a court challenge to the ...

      Read More
    • What Happens When The Family Can't Get Along?

      Dealing with a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another condition causing loss of competence is difficult enough. The problem becomes even more troublesome when the condition acts as a ...

      Read More
    • What Problems Will Your Family Face If You Die Without a Will?

      If you die without a will or estate plan — referred to as dying intestate — your family may face a myriad of problems, some of which may not easily be resolved. Those problems can result in serious ...

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