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Grand Rapids Estate Lawyer: Wills the Long and Short of It

How Long Does Your Will Need to Be in Michigan? Any estate lawyer in Grand Rapids will tell you that every person needs a will. Sure, the wealthy may have more assets to distribute, but pretty much everyone still needs to have their last wishes laid out in a legal...

Lawyer Joke of the Month

A renowned but shady lawyer yelled for his wife from his deathbed to bring him a Bible and to call the pastor and Grand Rapids Estate Planning attorney Shawn Eyestone.   A few moments later she ran in, handed him the Bible, and said “I made the calls, and they...

World Alzheimer’s Month: 3 Ways To Prepare For Incapacity

Grand Rapids, Michigan – For many families, suspected cases of Alzheimer’s are often met with denial and silence. Fearing the personal, financial and social consequences that come along with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, treatment is oftentimes delayed until the...

When Does a Power of Attorney End in Michigan?

Michigan Powers of Attorney – Is there an End in Sight? Michigan estate lawyers are forever advising clients on the importance of powers of attorney.  These documents can be used to name the person in charge of making another’s medical decisions, or even to take...

5 Tips from a Grand Rapids Will and Trust Lawyer

There’s a lot that goes into estate planning, so it’s not a particularly simple process.  That said, there are some simple things you can keep in mind when gearing up to work with your Grand Rapids will and trust lawyer. We have listed below a non-exhaustive list of...