Estate Planning and Probate Lawyers in Grand Rapids

Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney

No matter what your net worth, it’s important to have a basic estate plan in place. Your estate plan tells the world – and most importantly, your loved ones - how you want your assets distributed when you pass away. It also permits you to decide who will be the guardians for your children, who will manage your finances if you become incapacitated, and who will make significant medical decisions for you if you become unable to make them for yourself. You can trust our experienced team to assist you in the process from start to finish.

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Help with Estate Planning

If you die without a will or trust, you have no say in how your assets are handled or how your children are cared for, situations that will almost certainly cause undue stress and additional expense on your family. A well-crafted estate plan can help your family avoid these frustrations and the expense of probate court.

 

Simple Probate Process

The loss of a loved one is a difficult and stressful time, especially when you add property, assets and finances into the picture. When it comes to the legalities of probate law, otherwise known as the Michigan procedure for administering or distributing assets of someone who has passed, the attorneys at Chase Bylenga Hulst are prepared to help you through this process, in a smooth and straightforward manner.

Probate law also encompasses issues that an individual may have with a “probate” estate or trust. Chase Bylenga Hulst has experience representing clients in issues regarding contested wills and trusts, fiduciary representation, and trust administration.

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