Order Appointing Attorney

When an individual is entering the probate process, he or she has the ability to have legal counsel appointed to him or her through the State. In order to have an attorney appointed through the State, an individual will need to file the Order Appointing Attorney form. By filing this, the State court can appoint [...]

2021-01-19T09:32:11-05:00Tuesday, January 19, 2021|attorney, Probate|0 Comments

Amy Peterman Appointed as Director of Legal Services

The Probate Pro, PLC announces the appointment of Attorney Amy Peterman as the Director of Legal Services. Effective immediately, Peterman will oversee the strategic growth and development of The Probate Pro’s legal team, among other things. “When we were looking to hire our Director of Legal Services, we searched for someone who had a specialized [...]

2019-12-11T10:06:45-05:00Wednesday, December 11, 2019|attorney, The Probate Pro|0 Comments

Five Steps to Take When Served With a Lawsuit

Receiving a summons or a complaint in the mail regarding a new lawsuit can be rattling, to say the least. Notification of any sort of civil litigation can be daunting, but following these five steps will assist you in relieving any concerns. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_iN2mBXiFg 1. Read the summons carefully The first thing to do if you [...]

2019-12-06T10:48:51-05:00Friday, December 6, 2019|attorney|0 Comments

Why do Lawyers Talk so Funny? We Keep it Simple.

In our professions, we likely have industry-specific terms. For example, in marketing, you may be familiar with the acronym "SEO," which stands for search engine optimization. SEO is the process of maximizing the number of visitors to a particular website by ensuring that the site appears high on the list of results returned by a [...]

2019-11-14T09:03:15-05:00Thursday, November 14, 2019|attorney, The Probate Pro, The Probate Pro Team|0 Comments

Wayne County Probate Court Attorney Training Materials 

For many probate attorneys in training, court can be a daunting process. Those especially unfamiliar with court may lack comforting experience and need a place to begin their preparations. The Wayne County Probate Court Attorney Training Materials is just the place for a new attorney to begin. Before diving into the technicalities of the probate [...]

2019-07-26T08:58:35-04:00Friday, July 26, 2019|attorney, Probate, Wayne County|0 Comments

Estate plan: is it a big deal to not have a will?

It seems like that with each passing day, we learn about a celebrity or famous figure who died without a will. Is it a big deal? The answer depends on the circumstances. When creating an estate plan, you'll be able to control how you want your affairs and life's assets to be taken care of. [...]

Five Reasons Why You Need a Probate Attorney

While at a recent party with friends and family, I discovered how many people had misconceptions about the probate process and what a probate attorney can do. Many of the people I spoke with had preconceived notions about what would actually happen to their estate after they pass, such as only needing a piece of [...]

A Michigan Probate Attorney Should Tell It Like It Is

The Probate ProSM has been providing probate related legal services in for 25 years. This longevity in the State of Michigan has allowed us to hone in on several core values that make up our team. One of them, which Michigan probate attorney Darren Findling discusses, is telling it like it is. By telling it [...]

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