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Over 90 Years of Combined Experience Credentials, Compassion and Commitment Make Us the Clear Choice

Troy Probate Litigation Lawyers

Settle When You Can—Fight When You Must

If an estate is not properly planned, the results are often fights in court. If your family is involved in a probate dispute in Troy, Oakland County, or surrounding areas, contact the experienced probate litigation attorneys at BRMM to get the right kind of help. We have an entire division of our law firm devoted to these family feuds and other contested legal issues that arise for families with aging seniors or loved ones who have passed.

Call (248) 494-4577 now to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.

The expert attorneys at BRMM specialize in probate litigation. Whether you are an heir, executor, trustee or other party who is involved in a lawsuit, having a BRMM litigator in your corner is a smart strategic move.

Experience to Fight Your Battles

Our litigation lawyers are have decades of diplomatic experience and successfully settle many cases out of court. While settling out of court is usually the better option, it may sometimes be necessary to apply our extensive courtroom experience to fight protecting your interests.

The probate litigation team welcomes the opportunity to work on your behalf with lawsuits related to:

  • Asset ownership disputes
  • Business and partnership issues
  • Claims against fiduciaries
  • Resolving competency disputes
  • Debtors, creditors and probate
  • Guardianships and conservatorships
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Commercial litigation

Since 1970, we have been helping clients across Michigan to resolve their legal disputes. We also serve clients from out of state when they have an interest in a Michigan decedent’s estate or a concern about a Michigan relative’s affairs.

Litigation in Oakland County

Our firm takes cases involving will and trust contests, guardianship disputes, beneficiary rights, bank account disputes, real estate and other assets, and much more.

We have a broad litigation background that includes many kinds of courtroom disputes, such as:

  • Business Law – Our attorneys have helped businesses from Fortune 500 companies to corner stores to establish Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), S Corps, minority-owned businesses, woman-owned Businesses, buy/sell agreements, contracts, loan agreements, mergers, acquisitions, promissory notes, security agreements, and much more
  • Real Estate Law – Much like our work in business law, real estate law involves knowing and effectively using the minutest of Michigan laws. We offer assistance with purchase and sale, closings, mortgages, deeds, title insurance, construction and development loans, secured transactions, and leases, and more
  • Personal Injury – Since we began, we have helped Michigan residents injured in car crashes, slip and falls, malpractice and all other types of accidents. We combine our elder law expertise to provide extra service and care for anyone middle-aged or older who is hurt or injured.

Call (248) 494-4577 now for more information, or contact us online.

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