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  • Advantages of Lady Bird Deeds in Michigan
    Advantages of Lady Bird Deeds in Michigan

    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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  • How To Terminate Guardianship in Michigan
    How To Terminate Guardianship in Michigan

    Michigan statutes authorize state courts to appoint a guardian for an individual who can no longer make decisions about their own personal and medical care, when specific criteria are met. The laws ...

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  • What Is Living Probate — and How Can You Avoid It?
    What Is Living Probate — and How Can You Avoid It?

    You probably know that probate is a court-supervised process that some estates and some assets go through after a person passes away. But living probate is an entirely different legal concept and ...

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  • How Does Your Estate Plan Change As You Age?
    How Does Your Estate Plan Change As You Age?

    When you create an estate plan, you have a tremendous sense of accomplishment. To maintain the positive effects of your plan, you should review the documents in your estate plan periodically to ensure ...

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  • What To Do If a Caregiver Takes Advantage of Your Aging Parent
    What To Do If a Caregiver Takes Advantage of Your Aging Parent

    Elders often are emotionally and physically vulnerable to pressure from caregivers. If you suspect that a caregiver is taking advantage of your aging parent, the most important thing to remember is ...

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  • Why Do You Need Durable Powers of Attorney in Your Estate Plan?
    Why Do You Need Durable Powers of Attorney in Your Estate Plan?

    When you think about estate planning, durable powers of attorney (DPOAs) probably are not the first documents that come to mind. Yet, they are an extremely important part of every estate plan. Your ...

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