Your Estate Plan Is Not A Place For Taking Risks
With countless free or low-cost estate planning forms readily available on the internet, many people think that estate planning is simple and there is no need to work with an experienced estate planning lawyer. Those forms cannot advise you regarding your different legal options and what will serve your estate best under the law, however.
Internet and TV ads might tell you to handle your estate plan alone, but planning the transfer of your wealth is not the time to be cavalier. You have worked too hard earning and saving your money to risk it. Find a legal team you can trust, a firm that will understand you and your goals, and one that can guide you through the complex legal landscape of estate planning.
The Metro Detroit attorneys of Bingham Legal Group PC bring experience and skill, with a focus on providing personalized attention to each client’s needs. At Bingham Legal Group PC, you will work with an estate planning attorney who will take the time to understand your goals and help you find flexible, effective estate planning solutions.
We Can Handle All Your Estate Planning Needs
A complete estate plan includes more than a single will document. You are not only planning for what happens to your assets when you pass away, but also for how to handle your assets and health care decisions if you can no longer manage your affairs alone. We can help you establish all the essential estate planning documents, including:
- Powers of attorney
- Patient advocate designations
Varied Experience In Transaction And Litigation Matters
Our lawyers have varied experience in transactional matters and in litigation. This experience helps us spot potential loopholes or pitfalls ahead of time and create effective estate plans that will avoid probate litigation. We help our clients with many different elder law issues, estate planning for nontraditional families and estate planning involving complex business succession issues. Our attorneys are also prepared to assist with the probate or estate administration process that can arise after the death of a loved one, as well as any concerns involving will contests or guardianship and conservatorship issues.