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Drafting Wills And Developing Trusts For Clients

At the Law Offices of Harris & Literski, we have extensive experience guiding our Michigan clients through the full range of estate planning matters. When a client comes to us with questions about developing wills and trusts, we can answer their questions and guide them through the process.

Wills — Make Sure Your Family Knows Your Final Wishes

It is never too early or too late to protect your family's assets with a will. Without a will, your estate will go through the intestate probate process, meaning a judge will be put in a position to decide on the distribution of assets. You will be leaving your loved ones with burdens that they do not have to face if you put an effective estate plan in place.

Trusts — Distribute Your Estate Assets According To Your Wishes

Placing your assets into a trust allows you to control how your assets will be distributed, both now and in the future. Irrevocable and revocable trusts offer many tax advantages for large estates, while helping to prevent disputes among beneficiaries. We can explain how the many types of trusts can meet your individual needs.

Wills And Trusts Disputes And Litigation

Following the death of a loved one, it is not unusual for emotions to take control, often leading to disputes among family members and heirs. Our attorneys are recognized as experienced, knowledgeable litigators who work to build common sense resolutions that avoid costly trials. If court becomes necessary to protect your interests, we are experienced, successful trial professionals with an excellent record of success.

Experienced Ann Arbor Wills And Trusts Attorneys

With offices in Brighton, we are ready to represent clients throughout Southeast Michigan. We are available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for client consultations. We encourage you to call or email the firm to schedule an appointment.