Oakland County Probate Court Case Search

We live in a society where we can access information from our very own house. With modern technology, we are able to acquire desired information with a simple search on Google, Bing or other search engines. For probate court cases however, you will need more than just a search engine. For residents of Oakland County, [...]

2021-02-15T10:11:08-05:00Monday, February 15, 2021|Oakland County Probate Court|0 Comments

Get to know Oakland County Probate Court

The Probate Pro is no stranger to the Oakland County Probate Court. While we are familiar with the Court, we want to also let others know about it as well. We've put together some vital information on Oakland County's Probate Court including the judges, Court hours and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dw_80r4HmOg   Fun Facts about Oakland County [...]

2020-08-31T07:41:42-04:00Monday, July 27, 2020|Oakland County Probate Court|0 Comments

Oakland County Probate Court Contact Info

As a service to the community, The Probate Pro (877) YOUR-FIRM is committed to providing up-to-date and accurate information about the many probate courts in which it appears. The Oakland County Probate Court is the second busiest probate court in Michigan, handling over 7,600 hearings each year and over 7,300 new filings per year. The [...]

2019-11-25T14:19:43-05:00Monday, November 25, 2019|Oakland County Probate Court|0 Comments

Criminal Background Check for Conservator or Guardian

There comes a time where an individual may no longer be able to reliably handle their own finances or make decisions that are in their best interest. Because of this, people are allowed to legally enlist someone to serve as a conservator or guardian. As discussed previously, a conservator is an individual appointed by the [...]

Oakland County Probate Court

The Oakland County Probate Court oversees all probate court cases in Oakland County, Michigan. Darren Findling of The Probate Pro takes you through the process and what is to be expected when you arrive to the court. We'll break down some important information when arriving: When attending your appointment, you should make sure you know [...]

2019-07-17T11:59:12-04:00Tuesday, July 16, 2019|Oakland County Probate Court, Probate|0 Comments

What You Need to Know About the Probate Process

What is Probate? Probate is a legal process in which a decedent's estate is properly distributed to heir and designated beneficiaries and any debt owed to creditors is paid off. For the most part, probate property is something that's distributed according to the decedent's last will and testament, if there is one, or according to [...]

Fall Into Estate Planning!

It’s almost unbelievable that this Friday will be the first day of Fall! Although these unusually warm September days make it difficult to believe pumpkin-spice season is already here, chilled Autumn days will be blowing in quickly. Many of us will start settling in with heavy blankets and hot chocolate, and breaking bread over comforting [...]

OAKLAND COUNTY PROBATE COURT WEBSITE – The Probate Pro

The Probate Pro has the great privilege of appearing before the probate and trust courts throughout the state of Michigan.  It is staffed by friendly and experienced personnel. One of the most enjoyable courts to practice in is the Oakland County Probate Court. Our Michigan probate attorneys have extensive experience handling Oakland County probate cases. [...]

COURTHOUSE RACE

As a child, I was never a fast runner.  Despite my best efforts to improve, my lack of the speed gene kept me from winning any races. We have all heard the cliche, "You can't teach speed."  I believe that to be true.  Fortunately, what I lacked in running speed was compensated by the speed [...]

RACE TO THE COURTHOUSE

In the past  months my firm has been involved in a rash of probate litigation files in which a family member has attempted to gain control of a personal injury case in which they lacked appropriate priority to become the personal representative.  These brazen attempts have been filed by family members at the behest of [...]

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