Providing comprehensive domestic and offshore asset protection, estate planning and wealth preservation structures and services utilizing a wide range of structures such as: offshore (OAPT) and domestic (DAPT) asset protection trusts, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, tax-exempt family foundations, charitable remainder trusts (CRT) including NI-Cruts, NIM-Cruts and S-Cruts, educational trusts, special needs trusts, annuity trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILIT), limited liability companies (LLC), family limited partnerships (FLP), wills, powers of attorney, health care powers of attorneys (advance directives), living wills, probate and estate administration, real estate and bankruptcies.By utilizing such unique structures we can preserve and protect your estate from a myriad of unforseen problems that can arise from doing business in today's world.Call us today for a free 20 minute consultation to see how you can protect yourself and your family now and for future generations.
301 S. Rodgers Avenue
Harrison MI 48625
We offer a free 20 minute consultation of estate planning and asset protection matters.
Yes, but they are determined after a review of the actual needs of the client.
$185 to $400 per hour — averages $250 to $350
Monday through Friday — 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
This would depend entirely upon the overall factual aspects of the case.
This is often done to ensure that the work is done by the most experienced party, including the use of a paralegal.
We are rarely involved in such cases. Mediation is most often always used in divorce cases.
39 years of experience working with individuals who often have unique problems that need to be resolved in an equitable manner, as well as those who are seeking qualified comprehensive estate preservation and/or asset protection structures that will ensure the protection of their assets for the benefit of themselves, their children and their grandchildren, and, to benefit charitable organizations in certain cases.
We support this if it is in the best interests of the client.
We are willing to do this, if appropriate.
No, this is not advisable nor feasible in the areas of asset protection and estate planning. But it is more suited to landlord/tenant disputes and small claim matters.
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