An Estate Planning And Probate Firm For All Your Needs
At Bieber & Czechowski, we provide comprehensive estate planning services to help our clients achieve their goals, protect their wealth, and ensure that their final wishes are carried out. We also help clients through the probate process when a loved one dies.
Through careful estate planning, our experienced attorneys help clients pursue important objectives, including:
- Probate avoidance
- Asset preservation
- Minimization of death tax liabilities
- Distribution of assets to intended beneficiaries
- Prevention of family conflicts
- Making your medical wishes clear
- Providing for guardians and conservators for your minor children
We help clients plan for the future and provide a measure of security for their loved ones by using:
- Wills and trusts
- Health care directives
- Powers of attorney
- Other estate planning tools as necessary
Personalized Estate Planning
Every person has different estate planning needs. Whether you are a married couple, single parent or an individual who needs estate planning services, we can provide the quality legal representation you require. Our attorneys have more than 80 years of combined experience in estate and probate matters.
Preserve Your Assets For Your Family
You have worked hard to make a good life for yourself and your family. When you pass away, you want your assets to go to your family — not the government. State and federal death taxes can significantly deplete the value of your estate if you do not have an effective estate plan.
Even if you can avoid significant estate taxes, the value of your estate could be depleted by the cost of probate. Even if you have a will, your estate will go through the probate process if you have property titled solely in your name. Through trusts and property transfer devices, our goal is to help you avoid probate and limit your exposure to state inheritance and federal estate taxes.
Federal gift and estate tax exemptions as of Jan. 1, 2019, are permanent, with the exemption of $11.4 million with a yearly adjustment for inflation.
With Congress establishing an $11 million-plus exemption, this is the time to prepare your estate plan. A fully funded trust can pass to your children or grandchildren up to $11.4 million tax-free, with no probate fees.
Contact A Michigan Wills And Trusts Lawyer
To determine if your trust has been properly established and funded, contact our firm today at 586-754-1450 or send us a message. Our law office is in Center Line, in the heart of Warren, Michigan.