Power of Attorney vs. Guardianship in Michigan | What to Know

Many people wonder about the differences between a power of attorney and guardianship. Read on to learn more. What is a Power of Attorney? A power of attorney gives a loved one the ability to make important decisions on your behalf in the event that you can no longer make…
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What to Know About Medicaid Planning in Michigan

Medicaid helps millions of Americans throughout the United States. If you believe you are eligible to receive Medicaid, it is beneficial for you to begin planning for your eligibility at least five years in advance. When eligibility is determined, the history of your assets will be looked into. As a…
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Digital Estate Planning in Michigan | What to Know

Estate planning is one of the most important things you can do in your lifetime. During the process, you will likely create a will, trusts, and other various documents. These documents will help you determine how your assets will be distributed in the event of your passing. You may wish…
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Wills vs Trusts in Michigan | What You Need to Know

Everyone is different, as a result, every estate plan will be different. Different people will want to create different documents in order to create an estate plan that best suits their individual needs. Two documents you may want to create include a will and various trusts. Read on to learn…
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What to Know About Contesting a Will in Michigan

When a loved one passes away, their will can be a point of contention. Hopefully, your loved one worked with an experienced estate planning attorney to create his or her will, and the will is valid in the state of Michigan. But, sometimes, things go wrong. If you believe a…
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What are the Responsibilities of a Personal Representative?

In the event of one's passing, their estate plans will be in the hands of someone else. This person is known as a personal representative. There are a lot of important responsibilities when it comes to being a personal representative. Read on to learn more about the role and some…
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Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples in Michigan

When a couple gets married, they are automatically given certain benefits. Some of these benefits include hospital visits, collecting each other's inheritance, social security benefits, joint taxes, and more. Some couples choose to remain unmarried. But, you can still access some of these benefits if you create a comprehensive estate…
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What to Know About Guardianships in Michigan

Creating a guardianship is one of the most important things you can do for yourself, or for your loved ones. Read on to learn more about guardianships in Michigan, what they entail, and how to create one. What is Guardianship? A Guardianship allows an individual to take on some of…
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Estate Planning During a Divorce | What to Know

If you are in the process of getting a divorce, you are likely experiencing a big life change. As a result, it is important to update your estate plans to reflect these changes. Often, married couples plan their estates together, and when a marriage ends, these plans will need to…
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