Estate & Trust Administration
Knowledgeable Estate Planning Attorneys in Troy
There’s more work to be done even after you’ve created a trust and estate plan. The state and federal laws governing trusts, wills, and other estate planning matters frequently change. If you’re not keeping up with the changes and how they apply to you, then the plan you’ve established could be completely changed without even realizing it. You could be left with far less of a nest egg than you had planned on.
At Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, our estate planning lawyers offer estate and trust administration in Troy, Oakland County, and the surrounding areas. We can keep up you updated on changes that affect your estate plan and help you make adjustments.
Make sure your estate plan stays true to your goals. Call (248) 213-9514to schedule a meeting.
Don’t Let Your Estate Fall to Probate Court
If you took the time to set up your estate plan and/or trust, chances are you do not want any of your wishes being changed by a court. If changes in law seriously affect your trust or estate, a probate proceeding may be called to rearrange your estate plan when it is time for it to come into play. This means that the courts will be getting involved and the terms of your estate plan will be up for debate.
As your estate and trust administrators, part of our job will be ensuring that all of your plans are carried out as you wished them to be. If circumstances demand your estate go to probate court, we will fight to ensure the court’s decisions coincide with your directives as closely as possible.
Estate and trust administration involves:
- Making adjustment to estate plans to coincide with changes in state and federal law
- Handling probate proceedings if necessary
- Speaking with beneficiaries on your behalf
- Collecting assets for your estate and/or trust
- Handling various tax-related matters
Make Sure Your Plan is Taken Care Of
You cannot be expected to know every detail that could impact your estate plan or trust, but you can still be held accountable for them if they are not properly addressed. Let our experienced estate planning attorneys in Troy handle the administrative work so that you can have peace of mind knowing your plan is in good hands.
We are grateful for their guidance and would definitely recommend BRMM.
“This firm has taken care of the planning for my husband and I to protect our future heirs. We are grateful for their guidance and would definitely recommend BRMM.”
I would recommend them 100 times over.
“They treat you like family and walked us through the entire Medicaid process for my mom, as well, as made sure our POA documents were in place. I couldn't be more grateful for their kindness, help, and guidance.”
- Van Zweden Famil
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“When you have confidence in your lawyer, such as I found with Andy Mayoras and other members within his law firm, I fully trusted that my position was going to be zealously represented in an upstanding and professional way. I have nothing but deep respect ”
- George L.
The attorneys at BRMM exceeded all our needs and expectations during this trying time.
“Our family can not thank them both enough for their great work. We highly recommend their services for anyone's elderly care needs.”
- Kevin D.
Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. was a Godsend.
“When I count what few blessings I am fortunate to have, Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. is one of them.”
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