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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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  • Can You Probate a Copy of a Will in Michigan?
    Can You Probate a Copy of a Will in Michigan?

    When a family addresses probating the estate of a deceased loved one, a common concern is what happens if the family cannot locate the original Last Will and Testament. A frequent question is whether ...

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  • Michigan Guardianship Visitation Law Authorizes Court Appointment of Limited Guardians
    Michigan Guardianship Visitation Law Authorizes Court Appointment of Limited Guardians

    Due in part to publicity sparked by efforts by the children of American Top 40 DJ Casey Kasem, who waged a public battle for visitation with their incapacitated father, many states have adopted new ...

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  • What Happens If Family Members Disagree About Care of an Elder Parent?
    What Happens If Family Members Disagree About Care of an Elder Parent?

    Aging parents often need help with personal care, health concerns, and financial decisions. They may even lose the mental capacity to make decisions and care for themselves. If an elderly parent has ...

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  • How Do You Remove a Trustee in Michigan?
    How Do You Remove a Trustee in Michigan?

    Many individuals have a trust as part of their estate plan. Every trust includes a designated trustee, who manages the trust and distributes the trust property to the beneficiaries. But what happens ...

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