An Attorney Can Help Prepare A Will That Lasts

When preparing your will, you want to make sure your assets are passed onto your loved ones with minimal tax consequences and in a way that will pass through probate smoothly. Especially if you are going to receive Medicare, Medicaid or veterans benefits, creating a will can be a challenging process. Talk with an experienced lawyer who can walk you through it and protect your assets.

At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, in Brighton, Michigan, we represent clients in all types of estate planning matters, including wills. Attorneys from our firm bring decades of combined experience and a strong client-centered commitment to all of the cases they take on.

We handle estate planning for singles, married couples, domestic partners and couples from all walks of life throughout Michigan. Contact us today for the experienced and reliable counsel you need for these important decisions.

Creating A Will That Works With Your Entire Estate Plan

A will is the foundational document of any comprehensive estate plan. It is the first place to look for information about how and to whom assets from the estate should be distributed.

In addition to basic instructions regarding the transfer of assets, a will coordinates the other essential documents that direct the estate, including trusts, health care and powers of attorney, deeds, and other estate planning instruments.

Making a will involves a lot more than just drafting a document. It involves coordinating all aspects of your estate planning goals, including:

Contact Us To Schedule A Consultation

Although preparing a will and other estate planning documents can be stressful and confusing, our lawyers will help put you at ease, understand your options and help you find the solutions you need.

Speak with an attorney from our firm about your estate planning needs. Call 810-626-3277 (800-724-5989 toll free) or contact us online.