In an effort to protect the health of our clients, employees, and communities from potential impacts of COVID-19, we are holding virtual meetings (via telephone) as an alternative to traditional face-to-face meetings. The quarantine does not need to stop you from getting the legal help you need and we are available to help entirely virtually! Feel free to reach out for a Free Virtual Consultation.

In order to express our gratitude and appreciation to all of the healthcare workers and first responders helping our communities, we want to extend a discount to each of them and their families on any estate planning services to help them protect and care for their own loved ones.

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

Troy Probate Lawyers

Put an Aggressive Litigator in Your Corner

Probate disputes can be fierce. These cases often involve disputes over a will or some other matter pertaining to an estate. Since the creator of the will is no longer able to weigh in on the matter, the arguments between beneficiaries over what his or her true wishes were can escalate quickly. You will want an experienced litigator on your side who can fiercely advocate your cause and make sure the matter is resolved fairly.

The Troy probate attorneys at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras are highly experienced and detail-oriented. We can provide you with the dedicated representation you need to put this matter to rest.


Do I Need a Probate Attorney?

For any probate proceeding, an experienced attorney can best guide you through every step of the process. Even estates that appear simple to probate on the surface may quickly become complex, especially when disputes arise.

It is especially crucial to contact a lawyer for probate if:

  • The probated estate owes federal estate taxes
  • The decedent had debts that cannot be covered by the estate
  • There are any uncertainties about how to distribute assets to beneficiaries
  • There may be claims against the estate by named beneficiaries or anyone left out of the estate

What We Practice

Our probate and litigation practice covers a wide variety of topics. We have a diversely experienced legal team with in-depth knowledge and insight on the laws pertaining to these matters, ensuring that our clients have a trusted resource to back them up when pursuing their case.

When you need a probate attorney in Troy, Oakland County, or surrounding areas that can approach your case with aggressive strategies and a bold approach, call (248) 494-4577. We combine battle-hardened courtroom skills with experience, compassion, and expansive knowledge of trusts, estates, elder law, and probate disputes.

The Expertise, Experience and
Excellence You Need

  • “I was extremely pleased with all aspects of my service.”

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  • “Explained our estate planning in understandable language and had our best interest in mind”

    Former Client

  • “Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. was a Godsend”

    Former Client

  • “I thank all of you for the reassurance you provided and the response when I had questions.”

    Former Client

  • “If you had been any more supportive, you would have had to move in with me!”

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  • “There was always someone there to help answer a question.”

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  • “You did not disappoint me.”

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  • “The firm provided personal service in a very professional manner.”

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  • “Truly a Great Law Firm with Truly Great People!!”

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  • “It is a breath of fresh air to find someone concerned with people and families first!”

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  • “I would highly recommend Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C.”

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  • “I was very impressed with the professionalism and thoroughness.”

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  • “Thank you for all your help getting my parents legal matters in order.”

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