When you are preparing your estate plan or need to probate the estate of a loved one, working with someone you trust is essential. Whether you have questions about the necessary documents or don't understand the legal process, talking to an experienced estate planning attorney can help.
Handling Estate Planning and Probate Matters for More Than 25 Years
Wayne County estate planning attorney Robert D. Paulbeck has more than 25 years of experience representing clients throughout southeastern Michigan. He has an intricate understanding of the law and is committed to helping you develop an estate plan for your family's best interests. He will tailor his approach based on the plans you have today and long term for your family.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with a local estate planning lawyer whom you can trust. Attorney Robert Paulbeck will listen to your plans during an initial consultation in Trenton, Michigan, so he can help you begin planning for the future.
Offering Comprehensive Estate Planning and Probate Services
- Wills: Wills are essential for everyone, not just those who have a lot of money. They are especially important if you have young children. Taking the time to draft a will allows you to determine how your assets are distributed and who will care for your children.
- Power of attorney: A power of attorney is a document that lays out who will make financial decisions if you are unable to do so. Without a power of attorney, your loved ones will have to set up a guardianship and conservatorship through the probate court.
- Medical power of attorney: In the state of Michigan, if you are conscious but incapable of talking or are only being kept alive by machines or feeding tubes, the courts have ruled that you must be kept alive. Appointing a medical power of attorney ensures your wishes regarding your medical care are carried out.
- Probate: After the death of a loved one, the estate may have to be probated. This is the process of paying off debts owed to creditors and distributing your assets. We can help you navigate this sometimes complicated process.
Contact Our Trenton Firm for Power of Attorney Representation
Whether you are looking to establish a power of attorney or something else within estate planning or probate, work with an experienced attorney. The law can be highly complicated. The right lawyer will help you develop a plan tailored to your current and long-term needs. This is attorney Robert Paulbeck's focus. Contact his law firm in Trenton, Michigan, today for a free consultation.