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Macomb County Probate Administration and Litigation Attorneys

Michigan probate attorneys Robert W. Kirk, Robert S. Huth, Jr., Maryanne J. Deneweth and Michael C. Taylor have more than 50 years of experience representing beneficiaries, interested parties and fiduciaries in Michigan probate law and litigation. In addition, the KHLB Law probate team has been appointed as fiduciary in thousands of Michigan probate cases.

After a death, probate practice and procedure in Michigan involves the opening and administration of an estate. KHLB Law is here to help at every step which may include the filing of a will; a petition for the appointment of a Personal Representative; the identification, inventory and valuation of the decedent’s property; the identification of beneficiaries; payment of debts and taxes; collection of monies due to the estate; and distribution of the property. If there is any family conflict regarding how property should be distributed under a Trust, Will or through intestacy (no will), we litigate those disputes. If litigation is required to collect sums due to the estate or dispute debts claimed against the estate, we litigate those matters too.

When an individual is unable to handle his or her affairs, we are here to help. We will establish a Michigan conservatorship and/or guardianship and serve as trustee, conservator, guardian or guardian ad litem. We also represent individuals serving as trustee, conservator or guardian over another and those who desire to petition for the termination or change in a guardianship or conservatorship.

KHLB Law also specializes in the approval and distribution process for Wrongful Death claims. This statutory process is often confusing and frustrating to non-probate attorneys. That confusion often results in the delay in payment and can even jeopardize a settlement of a Wrongful Death case. For this reason, we are retained by non-probate attorneys to assist with this process as often as we are retained by family members themselves.


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Clinton Township, MI 48038

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