Can Trusts Protect Certain Assets from Bankruptcy Michigan?

There are many personal documents that need to be included when preparing an estate plan. Trusts are one of the most important ones and allow individuals to control their assets and preserve them for their beneficiaries. If you have questions regarding estate planning involving trusts and how they might relate…
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Do I Need to Update My Estate Plan After a Divorce in Michigan?

One of the most important steps in a divorce is updating your estate plan. You will want to update your estate plan after a divorce to ensure that your assets are not in the hands of your former spouse anymore. Contact Collis, Griffor & Hendra today to speak with one…
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What Are the Different Types of Guardianships in Michigan?

The state of Michigan offers many different types of guardianships to ensure that people of all different needs and circumstances are covered. If you are interested in learning more about guardianships, do not hesitate to contact our experienced Michigan estate planning attorneys. At Collis, Griffor & Hendra, we are dedicated…
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When Should I Begin Estate Planning in Michigan?

It is never too soon to start your estate planning journey. If you have built up assets and want to ensure that they end up in the hands of your loved ones once you pass away, be sure to get started on your estate plan today. Contact our experienced Michigan…
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Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples in Michigan | What to Know

Marriage is not for everyone. In many cases, couples will choose to remain life partners, without ever getting married. If you are an unmarried couple, you may have questions concerning how involved you can be with your partner's financial, medical and overall life decisions. Fortunately, Michigan offers many benefits and…
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What You Need to Know About Probate in Michigan

When a loved one passes away, the surviving family members are left with the responsibility of making sure the estate is taken care of. Any debts need to be paid, and all assets will need to be distributed amongst heirs in order to begin the probate process. Even though this…
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What is a Will?

Wills are legal documents created to ensure that your estate is taken care of after you pass away. While this may seem like a daunting project, planning for the future is one of the most important steps you can take in order to protect your assets and earnings. You don’t…
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When Should a Child Receive His or Her Inheritance in Michigan?

When you were 18-years-old, were you financially responsible? For the most part, 18-year-olds are first beginning to understand the importance of money, how to save it, and what to spend it on. As a result, many parents worry that their children will receive their inheritances before they are mature enough.…
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Prepare for an Initial Consultation with a Michigan Estate Planning Attorney

If you are beginning the estate planning process, it is easy to feel daunted. It can be difficult to think about the future, let alone plan for it. As a result, it is important to work with the right attorney. An empathetic attorney can walk you through the process every…
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Estate Planning for Baby Boomers in Michigan

Estate planning can be stressful, but going into the process prepared can make all the difference. Read on to learn more about estate planning for Baby Boomers in Michigan. Who are Baby Boomers? The term "Baby Boomer" refers to those who were born between 1946 to 1964. Why Do Baby…
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