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Safeguard Your Financial Legacy with Wills & Trusts Planning From Aldrich Legal Services.

Wills & Trusts Attorney in Plymouth, Michigan

Secure your financial legacy with estate planning solutions from Aldrich Legal Services. We offer personalized guidance in estate planning, ensuring your hard-earned assets are protected and seamlessly transferred to your loved ones.

With our extensive range of services, we can guide you through the complexities of estate planning and administration. Our team is dedicated to helping you secure your family’s future and ensuring your assets are protected according to your wishes. Trust Aldrich Legal Services to provide the professional, compassionate legal support you need for a lasting legacy.

We simplify complex legal matters and tailor solutions to meet your unique needs, offering peace of mind for your family’s future. Contact us today and experience the difference of compassionate, professional legal support. Let us help you create a lasting legacy – because your family deserves the best.

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Wills & Trusts Legal Services We Offer in Michigan

At Aldrich Legal Services, we bring expertise, empathy, and a tailored approach to each unique situation. Our law firm offers a wide range of wills & trusts legal services, including:

  • Estate planning
  • Trust administration
  • Guardianships/conservatorship
  • Healthcare directives
  • Business succession
  • Wills and living wills
  • Probate administration
  • Power of attorney
  • Charitable giving
  • Elder law
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Frequently Asked Questions About
Wills & Trusts in Michigan

A will is a legal document that outlines how you want your assets distributed upon your death. It also allows you to appoint a guardian for your minor children. A trust, on the other hand, is a legal arrangement where a trustee holds and manages assets on behalf of the beneficiaries. Trusts can help avoid probate, provide tax benefits, and protect assets from creditors.

While it’s not legally required to have an attorney create your will or trust, working with a professional is highly recommended. An experienced lawyer can help you navigate complex laws, avoid common pitfalls, and ensure your documents are legally valid and enforceable.

Yes, you can generally change or revoke your will or trust. For a will, you can create a new one or add a codicil, which is an amendment to the existing will. For a revocable trust, you can modify or terminate it during your lifetime. However, irrevocable trusts usually cannot be changed or revoked unless specific conditions are met. It’s essential to consult with an attorney to ensure any changes are legally valid.

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Don’t let a bad decision, an unfair contract, or a messy divorce get in the way of a promising future! Contact the experienced team at Aldrich Legal Services today to schedule your free initial consultation and secure reliable and trustworthy representation.

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