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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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  • What Happens When The Family Can't Get Along?
    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 Problems Will Your Family Face If You Die Without a Will?
    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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  • Challenges Involving Joint Assets, Wills and Trusts
    Challenges Involving Joint Assets, Wills and Trusts

    This is the last in the series of articles on “When the Family Cannot Get Along” by Andrew Mayoras, Partner, Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, and The Center for Probate Litigation Last week’s ...

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  • Can an Ex-Spouse Still Inherit under a Will?
    Can an Ex-Spouse Still Inherit under a Will?

    If you have recently divorced, or if you have a parent who has recently gone through a divorce, you and your family have gone through a difficult and emotional time. Most likely, you do not want to ...

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  • Are Living Wills Valid in Michigan?
    Are Living Wills Valid in Michigan?

    Although the question about living wills in Michigan seems simple, the answer is complicated. Michigan is one of only a few states that does not have a law on the validity of living wills. Although ...

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