Helping You Plan for the Future
It is never too early to begin planning for the future. Creating an estate plan now can help ease the burdens your loved ones may face after you pass away, especially if your assets are particularly complex or substantial. Moreover, an estate plan can ensure your wishes are respected even if you become incapacitated and can no longer make your own medical or financial decisions.
At Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C., our Farmington Hills estate planning lawyers and probate team can provide the guidance you need if you are creating an estate plan or going through the probate process. We understand how important this step is and will help you through each step, so you can achieve peace of mind regarding the future.
Estate Planning Matters Our Team Handles
Our experienced estate planning and probate team is skilled in handling a wide range of matters.
Below is a list of some of the essential estate planning matters our legal team can assist you with:
- Living trusts
- Nursing home planning
- Healthcare durable power of attorney
- Medicaid planning
- Planning for incapacity
- Special needs planning
- Estate and trust administration
- Veterans planning
- Conservatorships and guardianships
Additionally, our estate planning team is also well-versed in elder law and can provide extensive protection for senior adults. No matter how complex or straightforward your case may be, you can rely on our knowledgeable team to provide the representation and advice you need to navigate your estate planning, probate, or elder law matter.
Reach out to our law office today at (248) 213-9514 to set up a free initial case evaluation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys to learn more about the estate planning services we provide.
If you wish to create an estate plan or a loved one has passed away and the estate must now go through the probate process, the legal team at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. in Farmington Hills can assist you. For more than four decades, our attorneys have assisted thousands of clients, helping them understand their legal rights and achieving successful outcomes. You can rely on us to ensure the best possible results for your case.
Reach out to our law office today at (248) 213-9514 to set up a free initial case review with one of our experienced Farmington Hills estate planning lawyers to learn more about the services we provide.
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