The Leading Trust and Estate Litigation Firm in Michigan


To All of Our Valued Clients, as Well as Our Colleagues and Vendors:

Pursuant to Gov. Whitmer’s Executive Orders 2020-97 and 2020-110, we are pleased to announce that our physical office reopened on Monday, June 8, 2020. Consistent with those Executive Orders, we also will implement the necessary health and safety protocols for our staff, clients, and vendors who intend to visit our physical office.

Practically, this means that in-person meetings, whether with clients or other individuals, will be available, so long as we are reasonably satisfied, in light of existing and required protocols, that such visitors do not pose a risk of transmitting COVID-19 to our staff, or vice versa. Additionally, any in-person meetings will be conducted consistent with any social-distancing requirements imposed by federal, state, or local governments. For clients who remain uncomfortable with in- person meetings, we will continue to offer conference calls and virtual meetings; however, clients should be aware that estate plan signings are best handled through an in-person meeting.

For information about health and safety protocols associated with our reopening, you can consult the following sources:

Please stay safe and do your part to slow and stop the spread of COVID-19. Updates can be found at

We Look Forward to Seeing You,

Prince Law Firm

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