Firm Overview

As an estate planning service provider, Abraham | Law helps clients prepare estate planning documents that reflect the client's goals, responsibilities, and resources. These documents include wills, trusts, medical powers of attorney (living wills), and general powers of attorney for business and financial affairs.


A last will and testament could possibly be the single most important legal document a person can have. Even if you do nothing else to handle your personal legal affairs, you should have a will. Under Michigan law, if you do not have a will when you die, you will be deemed to have died "intestate." This means that your property and assets will likely be distributed according to the dictates of the Michigan Estates and Protected Individuals Code (EPIC), even if the result is not what you would have preferred.

Even more important, if you have minor children when you die and do not have a will, a court will have to determine who will raise your children. How complicated (and long) your will has to be depends on your particular circumstances.

Main Office

Main Office
16237 Jennings Rd
Fenton MI 48430


(810) 750-0440

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