The Leading Trust and Estate Litigation Firm in Michigan

Edwin Sadik
  • Attorney


Bloomfield Hills, MI





Edwin Sadik graduated from the UCLA School of Law in 2008 and Wayne State University in 2005. Edwin joined the Prince Law Firm in 2019. Edwin started his professional career as a CPA in Public Accounting at PriceWaterhouseCoopers focusing on Tax consulting for S Corporations, C Corporations, and Partnerships. He then transitioned to Corporate Accounting where he managed the Accounting/Finance department of a mid-sized local technology company. 

Beginning in 2017 Edwin was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan and began applying his significant CPA experience as an associate attorney with a local Trust and Estate Firm. Licensed to practice as both an Attorney and as a CPA, Edwin is uniquely qualified to handle the overlapping financial and legal issues common to Trusts and Estates, and Tax. Ed’s primary areas of practice are Trust and Estate Litigation, Trust and Estate Administration, Estate Planning, and Tax.

Certified Legal Specialties

  • Certified Public Accountant, Michigan

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan


  • UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, California
    • J.D.
    • Major: Business Law and Taxation
  • Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
    • B.B.A.
    • Major: Accounting
    • Minor: Economics

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of Michigan
  • State Bar of Arizona
  • American Academy of Attorney - CPA's
  • Michigan Association of CPA's

Estate Planning Law Blog


Don’t treat companion animals like property in your will

As you grow older, you may find that you need to revisit your estate plan or possibly create one if you didn't do it earlier in life. In addition to putting your medical preferences in writing and allocating your assets to different family members or charities, you...

Common estate planning misconceptions

Putting together an estate plan is not the hardest thing to do in the world, but it isn’t necessarily the simplest thing to do either. Common misconceptions about estate planning certainly don’t make the process any easier. So, let’s clear up some well-known myths...

Reviewing estate planning goals after entering a second marriage

It might not be uncommon to experience a variety of changes throughout life, and each of these changes could alter your goals and preferences for the future. Upon entering a second marriage, there are numerous topics to consider as you prepare to align your plans with...

Getting POAs set up for your college student

Helping a child prepare for college is a pretty involved process. There are a lot of things to think about and plan for. One thing many parents in Michigan may not think to do is set up powers of attorney for their college-aged kids. POAs serve a valuable purpose, and...

Entering retirement? It’s time to look at your estate plan

As you saw the economy take a downturn and people become frustrated when trying to find work, you decided that it was time to retire. You could leave your position and have it open up for someone else, all without it negatively affecting you.  Now that you’ve made the...