Probate Lawyer

Get the Personalized Legal Support You Need with Our Detroit Probate Lawyers

If you’re in need of a Detroit probate lawyer, Bingham Legal Group is here to provide you with the experienced legal representation and guidance you need.

After losing a loved one, you have many things to think about, not the least of which is figuring out what happens to the deceased’s property. It may be the last thing you want to worry about, but it must be done. The good news is that you do not need to figure it out alone.

At Bingham Legal Group PC, our team is led by attorney Lauren M. Underwood with nearly 30 years of experience. The estate planning and probate process is not simple or easy to navigate without the guidance of a skilled Michigan probate lawyer. We will be here for you at every step of the process, even if disputes arise among family members or other interested parties.

Estate and Probate Administration Has Many Facets

How much are the assets worth? How can you ensure they are distributed in accordance with your loved one’s wishes? What about debts? Estate and probate administration have many facets. Our Michigan probate attorneys can ensure that you comply with relevant probate laws, settle all debts, distribute assets, and meet filing and accounting deadlines and guidelines.

If your loved one dies without a will, Michigan law will dictate how assets are handled. We can protect your interests during the probate court process. Your loved one may have left a trust in place of, or in addition to, a will. We can explain to you how these documents may differ and affect one another.

When Disputes Arise and Probate Litigation Is Required

It is common for family members and other interested parties to disagree during the probate process. Our firm has helped countless individuals and families through probate and trust disputes, including contesting the will and claims that a fiduciary breached his or her duty.

What to Know About The Michigan Probate Process

The death of a loved one will often lead to a lot of grief for family and friends. It can be difficult to focus on the future at this time, but there are still important issues that need to be addressed. If the deceased had a will or other estate plan in place, it may be necessary to submit the information to the probate courts to start the probate process.

Schedule an Appointment Today

To speak with a probate lawyer, please call 248-289-7896 or complete our contact form and a member of our team will get in touch with you. Our firm services clients in the metropolitan Detroit area and throughout Michigan.