The Leading Trust and Estate Litigation Firm in Michigan

Detroit Estate Planning Attorneys

At our offices in Greater Detroit, our estate planning lawyers help every client consider his or her needs, desires and options under Michigan and federal tax law. Our attorneys then craft a will and possibly a trust, designing a comprehensive estate plan in light of the client’s priorities, resources and responsibilities.

How May We Help You?

Has something changed since you wrote a will? Do you wonder if a trust is a good investment for you? Have you thought about how to protect and distribute all of your digital records by using the latest digital asset protection legal options?

Do you need a health care power of attorney to be sure your designated representative is recognized by the client’s physicians, health care providers and hospitals if you are unable to make decisions for yourself? Perhaps you need a durable power of attorney to provide the same protection in terms of financial institutions. Whatever your concerns, we provide a full range of estate planning services to meet your needs at any phase of life. We can help you:

Honest, Trustworthy And Compassionate

We will never oversell a client, such as drafting a trust when a will would do. At Prince Law Firm our lawyers focus their practice entirely on estate planning, probate litigation, probate and estate administration, and related tax areas.

Our attorneys are prepared to accurately assess each client’s situation and provide the skillfully drafted wills and trusts that help the client and the client’s heirs avoid painful and expensive probate litigation. If you are not able to travel, one of our attorneys will visit you in your home or care facility.

Contact Prince Law Firm

Call our Bloomfield Hills law firm at 248-419-1968, or contact us online, to make arrangements for a consultation. Meet with one of our lawyers today to discuss all of these concerns and how we can help you craft a comprehensive estate plan that meets your needs.

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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,...