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Conveniently located in Warren, Michigan, Signature Legal provides exceptional legal representation to Metro Detroit and beyond. Specifically, Signature Legal practices in Trusts, Wills, Trust Administration, Probate Litigation, Probate Administration, and Guardianships/Conservatorships.
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The first thing you should think about doing to start protecting your loved ones AND yourself in the event of your death, or should you become incapacitated – Draft a Will. This is a very important thing to have in place and more than half Americans do not have this....
Recently we have discussed differences between wills and trusts and how to protect your loved ones. Now let us discuss the person (agent) that you appoint with a Power of Attorney. This person will act on your behalf should you become disabled or incapacitated. Just...
Understanding the Difference between having a Will or a Trust, and what happens if you have neither.
Most people have heard of a “Will” or a “Trust”. Both involve transferring or protecting assets, so often we find that most people assume they are the same thing. But, both of these documents serve different purposes. What is a will? A will is a legal document that...