Michigan Estate Planning / Probate, Personal Injury, Litigation Support, Business/Corporate planning, Social Security Disability, and Mediation Services

  • Estate Planning/Probate

  • Personal Injury

  • Mediation Services

  • Business/Corporate Planning

  • Social Security Disability

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Estate Planning

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Durable Power of Attorney for Finances
  • Medical Power of Attorney (Advance Directive)
  • Guardianship Designations
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Tax Planning
  • Deeds

Your estate is comprised of all your assets, real and personal property, as well as your liabilities.

Estate planning is the preparation of tasks that serve to manage an individual’s asset base in the event of their incapacitation or death.

Creating a plan provides protection and saves your family from having to make difficult decisions regarding your estate as well as your personal being.

By specifying your wishes in a well-laid out plan, your loved ones will be able carry out your wishes knowing that they did so as you had intended.

Estate planning can also minimize gift, estate, generation skipping transfer and income tax.

Personal Injury Referrals

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Auto Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Slip and Falls
  • Wrongful Death
  • Nursing Home Abuse

The goal of personal injury litigation is to compensate the injured party for loses sustained as a direct result of negligent, or wrongful, conduct on the part of the other party.

Personal injury is a complicated field of law that draws on many different legal theories, which is further complicated by specific timeframes that the court will allow the injured party to bring a claim.

The issue of negligence is a complex one and laws vary depending upon who was negligent.

Therefore, it is commonplace for an attorney to specialize in different areas of personal injury.

A nurse attorney is in the best position to review your case to determine whether you may have a viable personal injury claim and then make the appropriate referral.

Business/Corporate Planning

If you are forming a business, an attorney will assist you in the appropriate business formation for you. A business attorney provides guidance on various elements of a business to ensure that the business is in compliance with applicable business regulations. Call for pricing. 

  • Formation and Startup
  • Buy Sell Agreements/Contracts
  • Employee and Contractors Agreements
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Compensation Agreements
  • Mergers, Acquisitions, Buyouts
  • Physician Practice Agreements
  • Others

Elder Law Planning

Elder law attorneys advocate for older adults and their families to ensure legal rights and protections are in order. The issues that arise constitute possible long-term care planning options, estate planning, and end-of-life care to name just a few. Call for pricing. 

  • Medicaid Asset Protection Letter
  • Medicaid Asset Protection Trust Documents (includes Powers of Attorney for Finances and Healthcare, Pour-Over Will, etc.)
  • Veterans Asset Protection Trust Documents (same as above)
  • Caregiver Agreement Documents
  • Special Needs (1st and 3rd Party)
  • Others

Social Security Disability

The first step is to actually file the application. I will personally file your application utilizing my nursing background to ensure the best possible outcome the first time. Successful applications require very specific wording as well as firm medical understanding of your disability. You pay nothing for this service. We get paid only if you are successful.    

  • Application Assistance for SSDI Benefits
  • Application Assistance for SSI Benefits


Probate is the legal process that occurs after death. If the decedent died with a will, the will must be submitted to the probate court to declare the will valid under Michigan law. Once validated the probate court appoints the executor/personal representative (PR) to administer the estate of the decedent. Before distribution of assets, the executor/PR must file an inventory of all assets to the court, must notify all known and unknown creditors, must pay debts and funeral expenses, must pay taxes, must liquidate assets if required, must file all court forms appropriately, must pay the inventory fee to the court prior to any disbursement to the appropriate beneficiaries. Hourly rate applies.

  • Probate Administration
  • Trust Administration
  • Guardianship/Conservatorship Petitions