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.

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Out-of-State Representation

Representing Those with Claims in Troy, Oakland County & Surrounding Areas

When you are dealing with a legal matters involving an estate, the law requires that your attorney be licensed in the state where that estate is legally held. For those who reside outside Michigan but are dealing with an estate here, the team at BRMM may be able to help. We represent heirs, devisees, trust beneficiaries, and personal representatives residing in the state of Michigan and elsewhere. Call us now for a free consultation about out-of-state representation in Troy and Oakland County.

Dial (248) 213-9514 now or contact us online for a free consultation about your case.

Obtain Your Rightful Assets Where You Live

Our Troy estate and probate attorneys help clients resolve their legal matters without having to return to Michigan.

We help out-of-state clients as plaintiffs or defendants with such matters as:

  • Contested wills and trusts
  • Constructing and reforming wills and trusts
  • Disputes in intestacy proceedings
  • Failure of a fiduciary in any capacity
  • Competence of an elderly parent or their decisions made under a power of attorney
  • Ownership of particular assets between estates, trusts, gift transferees or joint tenants
  • Business and partnership disputes where a decedent’s estate or trust is involved

Aggressive Estate Attorneys with Experience

With decades of experience representing clients in matters of elder law, estate planning, and business litigation, BRMM understands how to best serve our out-of-state clients. We keep our clients fully engaged and informed about their case, and may be able to resolve problems on favorable terms without the need for them to return to Michigan at all.

If you are unable to attend the estate proceedings due to residing outside the state, retain the services of experienced Troy estate and probate attorneys by speaking with the team at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras today. Your rights as an heir or your responsibilities as a personal representative need not be compromised simply because you live far away from Michigan.

Call (248) 213-9514 now for a free consultation.

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