Vincent J. Maloney is experienced in wills, trusts and estate planning. He currently practices law in Traverse City, MI.
He can answer your most immediate questions in a free 30 minute consultation; such as:
- Do I need a will or a trust?
- Why do I need power of attorney?
- Is it important to avoid probate court if I can?
- What is a guardianship?
- When would someone need a guardianship?
- How is a guardianship different than a conservatorship?
- What role does Medicaid play in estate planning?
- What role does Medicare or insurance play in estate planning?
- How often should I have an attorney review my will?
Wills clarify what your final wishes are regarding your distribution of assets. Without a will, your estate will go through probate court. A judge, not you, will be put in a position to decide how your assets will be distributed among your loved ones. A will lets your family know your final wishes and lifts the burden that they would have to face.
Trusts allow you to control how your assets will be distributed both now and upon your death. There are many advantages to a trust over a will especially if you have a large estate. Let Mr. Maloney help you understand the differences and what may best meet your individual needs.
It is not uncommon for family members to dispute wills and trusts following the death of a loved one. Mr. Maloney can help family members resolve disputes before going to trial; however, if going to court is the best way to resolve disputes in your particular case, Mr. Maloney will not hesitate to protect your interests. He is an experienced court litigator.
The Vincent J. Maloney law office will help you put your wishes in writing regarding health care plans. Give your family the legal authority to make decisions regarding your final wishes.
Call now at 231.947.3331 for a free 30 minute consultation.