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Let Us Show You How to Plan Today For All of Your Tomorrows

You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to start planning for the future. It’s never too early to start but, if you wait long enough, it may become too late.

Don’t leave your estate in shambles or leave your family wondering, worrying and fighting over your estate. Let the compassionate, caring estate planning lawyers at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras guide you through the steps it takes to get your estate in order. The best gift you can give your family is one that plans ahead so your loved ones don’t have a messy estate to deal with during an already emotional time.

Why Hire an Attorney to Plan Your Estate?

Many people believe they can handle the estate planning process on their own. There are many existing estate planning forms that can be filled out without the guidance of an attorney. However, these forms often only cover the basics, and cannot be customized to handle your own unique estate needs.

Only an attorney with experience in estate planning can help you create an estate plan that is custom-tailored to you. A lawyer can identify and help you avoid common pitfalls in estate, trust, and wills matters. They can also help minimize the impact of probate and estate taxes on your assets.

Without the help of an attorney, you may find yourself making serious compromises in your wishes for the distribution of your assets when you pass away. You may also make mistakes that can severely complicate estate administration proceedings down the line. Finally, an estate lawyer can best help you update your estate plan as your life and finances change.

We Also Practice Elder Law

Because our Troy estate planning attorneys are also elder law attorneys, we offer more protections for old age than most other estate planning lawyers do. Our full-service division, The Center for Elder Law, offers resources and guidance for various legal issues concerning seniors.

Let BRMM’s skilled estate planning lawyers serving in Troy, Oakland County, and surrounding areas take a comprehensive look into your future so you can plan today for tomorrow. We can offer the guidance and insight you need and provide you and your loved ones with the peace of mind you deserve.

Start planning your estate today by calling (248) 213-9514 and scheduling a meeting at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras.

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