Guardianship and Conservatorship
From getting your business entity established to advice on many legal and practical matters, the Legacy Law Firm is here to help you achieve success in your business, and help you deal with any issues that come up along the way.
Applying for Medicaid, and getting your application accepted, is a difficult process. Medicaid has strict rules regarding assets - if you have over $2,000 in assets, or more than one car, or own investments, it can be nearly impossible to get approved for Medicaid. At The Legacy Law Firm, we have studied the rules and can help guide you in managing your assets so that you can become eligible for Medicaid.
From Ladybird deeds, which transfer property without going through probate, to basic transfers of real estate to others, the Legacy Law Firm is here to help you with your real estate needs.
Are you supposed to inherit some money but you haven't gotten it? Is the Personal Representative not returning your phone calls? Has someone taken money that belongs to your parent or loved one? Or has someone forged a will or your signature on a document? For all these issues, and more, call The Legacy Law Firm at 248-629-0161, and we will help fight for what's yours.
Small Business Setup and Counseling
From Wills to Trusts to Power of Attorney, the Legacy Law Firm is here to help with any of your estate planning needs, and to ensure that your legacy is a treasured memory, without any fighting or problems in the inheritance process.
Want to transfer your house to your kids without going through a long court process, but live in it until then? Having Medicaid or Medicare issues? SSI or SSDI issues? Issues with long-term care insurance? For all these issues, and many more that affect the elderly community, we are here to help.
At The Legacy Law Firm, we help establish guardianships and conservatorships for young children, the elderly, as well as mentally-disabled individuals. We also help fight a guardianship/conservatorship appointment if one is not necessary, as well as handle issues of mistreatment, stealing, or other inappropriate actions by the fiduciary.