Providing Experienced Probate Administration Services
At Brown Borkowski & Morrow, our attorneys are experienced in providing clients with comprehensive probate and trust estate administration services. Our goal is to make the administration as seamless as possible by doing the hard work for you.
We understand that the allocation of a family member’s estate can be draining and emotional. To relieve some of the stress, our attorneys will walk you through the legal process at your pace. We have represented a variety of clients, some with very high-value estates and some with more modest ones, and we have helped them talk openly about their concerns to ensure that the estate administration process goes as smoothly as possible.
Comprehensive Estate Administration Services
As your lawyers, we will support all of your estate administration and probate needs. Our seasoned attorneys are very experienced at representing clients in Michigan’s probate courts. We are committed to making sure that your loved one’s assets are distributed and debts are paid, according to their will.
We are also well-versed on Michigan probate and trust administration laws. Without a doubt, we will work hard to carry out all testamentary wishes in accordance with the law.
Addressing Contested Estate Matters
Our lawyers have extensive experience representing clients when disputes arise over a trust, will or other aspects of estate administration. We will work hard to protect your interests and carry out your loved one’s wishes in accordance with the law.
Do you handle wills, trusts or both?
At Brown Borkowski & Morrow we handle both probate administrations from Will as well as trust administrations from revocable and irrevocable trusts. We can advise a fiduciary how to administer the probate or trust administrations.
Are you prepared to deal with a will contest? There is some disagreement in our family over the estate.
Disagreements about estates are all too common. When we represent clients in will contest situations, we offer our advice based on many years of experience working with many families. Litigation is sometimes unavoidable and in some cases may involve third parties such as creditors or business partners. When family members gear up to fight each other in a will contest, we remind them that money can be replaced, but a family relationship (brother or sister) is irreplaceable. As attorneys and counselors we often ask, is it truly worth it to you to fight with your brother or sister for the sake of financial gain — but to lose valuable relationships in the process?
Our family member died without a will. How do we go about settling the estate?
Dying without a will is also referred to as dying “intestate.” The State of Michigan has statutes that specifically address the administration of estates without a will. We are prepared to keep you informed and expedite the probate process for your loved one’s assets.
Contact Us For Your Estate Administration Needs
We provide clients with sophisticated legal help. We have a comprehensive understanding of estate and trust administration laws and will make sure your best interests are met. Contact us by email or call us at 888-757-1681 to set up a free consultation.