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And Remedies
When You Need It Most
For more than 20 years, Bingham Legal Group has helped individuals and families throughout Metro Detroit devise legal solutions and plan for the future.
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And Remedies

When You Need It Most

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And Remedies
When You Need It Most
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Approaching the probate process properly

by | Feb 14, 2017 | Firm News, Probate Administration

If you have recently lost a family member who was close to you, all sorts of challenges may lie ahead. Setting aside strong emotional pain and a sense of loss, you may find yourself facing other hurdles related to the estate. At the Bingham Legal Group, our law firm knows how crucial it is for families to work through the probate process appropriately in Detroit, and cities across the state of Michigan.

For some people, handling legal issues related to an estate can be challenging and going to court may lead to a high level of anxiety. In addition to the courtroom, other issues may arise, such as disagreements between members of your family. If you are responsible for distributing your loved one’s assets among beneficiaries, you have a great deal of responsibility and could feel overwhelmed if beneficiaries disagree with the way you handle the situation.

As if the loss of a loved one is not painful enough, disputes among relatives can make it even harder for you to move forward. Moreover, you may find yourself facing additional setbacks if you are accused of breaching your fiduciary duties. Because of the serious nature of legal matters related to probate, it is vital for you to do everything in your ability to take the proper approach. If you understand your rights and responsibilities and identify the correct course of action when a dispute arises, you may be able to secure an end result that is more favorable.

On our probate and trust administration page, you can go over more material related to the probate process.