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  • Significant Changes to the Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exemption Pending in Congress
    Significant Changes to the Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exemption Pending in Congress

    The United States Senate is considering significant changes to the federal estate and gift tax exemption. If the proposed legislation passes both houses of Congress and is signed by the President, the ...

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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 ...

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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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  • Do You Need a Lawyer to Make an Estate Plan?
    Do You Need a Lawyer to Make an Estate Plan?

    The availability of online document websites and preprinted forms may make it tempting to save money and create your own estate plan. However, the do-it-yourself / DIY approach for an estate plan ...

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  • Should Everyone Have a Will?
    Should Everyone Have a Will?

    Do you want to let Michigan laws and courts decide the distribution of your property and management of your estate after you pass away? If not, you should consider having a Will, which is a legal ...

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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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