The Leading Trust and Estate
Litigation Firm in Michigan

Experienced Michigan Trust, Estate, And Probate Attorneys Handling Litigation, Administration And Planning

You can’t be sure what the future holds, and you want to be as well-prepared as possible. In order to offer our clients the most powerful legal representation possible at Prince Law Firm near Detroit, our attorneys are highly involved in the areas of estate planning, probate, trust and estate administration, probate, trust, and estate contests and litigation, and related areas such as business planning. For information about our services, or to arrange a consultation with one of our lawyers, contact our Bloomfield Hills law office.

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Can you challenge a trust in Michigan?

When planning an estate, choosing to create a trust can be a sure way of protecting assets. Planners may choose to draft revocable or irrevocable trusts. In Michigan, there are circumstances that dictate whether a person may challenge a trust. If you are wondering...

How an inventory of assets protects the executor of an estate

One of the earliest steps in the administration of an estate will involve creating an inventory of assets and financial liabilities. You will need this inventory to present to the probate court along with the last will and other important documentation.  The inventory...

Revisiting estate planning goals after the end of a marriage

There are a variety of scenarios in which a change in life circumstances could leave you facing a need to reassess your goals for the future. Should you and your spouse choose to part ways, the end of your marriage could leave you facing a variety of difficult...

Estate planning is a gift

Some of those who have not yet done their estate planning simply have not found a compelling reason to get started. They know that they need a plan someday, but it does not seem all that urgent or important. They resolve themselves to the idea of doing it later. This...

Should you leave your business to your heirs?

Estate planning is, in part, the process of passing assets to your heirs. You need to create a plan to do this effectively. Common assets include the family home, a life insurance policy, your investment portfolio, your bank accounts and the minor assets at your home,...

Comprehensive Services Tailored To Your Needs

Our lawyers will explain all options and recommend only those measures that really offer you a benefit. We have seen clients who would have been well-served with a simple will, yet were sold complex trusts. In other cases, our attorneys have worked to help clients deal with the confusion caused by poorly drafted wills and trusts. We are committed to providing high-quality services to every client.

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We focus our attention on the following three aspects of probate and estate matters:

  • Litigation: When challenges to a trust or estate arise, it is essential to have a lawyer on your side who can stand up for your rights in court and persuasively articulate your case. We have extensive trial and appellate experience and can handle all types of trust, estate and probate litigation.
  • Administration: We work closely with clients, beneficiaries, trustees and personal representatives (or executors), through all aspects of the administration of a trust or estate and the legal obligations that accompany the process.
  • Planning: Whether we are working on a will or trust as part of an estate plan, dealing with elder law issues or implementing tax planning to help address the future financial implications of an estate, our attorneys can recommend and create the designations and documents you need to protect your future.

As lawyers with extensive experience in estate planning and probate litigation. We have seen the benefits to individuals and businesses when estate or succession plans are carefully crafted by experienced professionals. Our clients include out-of-state parties who need help with the probating of Michigan estates or administering Michigan trusts. We welcome attorney referrals, and we encourage you to learn about elder law and our firm by reading our newsletters.