How We Can Help Your Family in Rochester Hills:
Einheuser Legal, P.C. has been assisting families in Rochester Hills for more than 30 years. We specialize in Estate Planning, Retirement Planning, and Medicaid Assistance; helping clients identify their specific needs and hopes for the future as well as relieving their fears. We offer individually tailored plans uniquely suited for you. The result isn’t just a collection of legal documents – it’s peace of mind.
- Estate Planning
- Planning with Living Trusts
- Planning with Wills
- Medicaid Planning
- Estate Tax Planning
- Paying for Long Term Care
- Asset Protection
- Elder Law
- Powers of Attorney
- Advance Directives
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Planning for Same-Sex and Non-Traditional Households
- Planning for Special Needs
- Planning During and After Divorce
- Planning for Families with Young Children
Meet Attorney Michael Einheuser:
Michael Einheuser has been practicing law for 35 years. He’s been privileged to be involved in writing over 2,000 estate plans for families throughout Michigan, including residents of Rochester Hills. For Michael, estate planning isn’t a “product.” It’s a “process.” Michael can help you identify your hopes for the future as well as your fears. Then, Michael will customize an estate plan uniquely suited for you. The result isn’t just a collection of legal documents. It’s Peace of Mind. Michael has always regarded the practice of law as one of the “helping” professions. He believes that attorneys should conduct themselves like doctors or ministers, serving as a trusted professional that people can turn to for help with their most important and sometimes most private concerns.
Einheuser Legal, P.C. has been assisting families in Rochester Hills for more than 30 years. These Rochester Hills lawyers are specialize in Estate Planning, Retirement Planning, and Medicaid Assistance; helping clients identify their specific needs and hopes for the future as well as relieving their fears. We offer individually tailored plans uniquely suited for you.
When the time approaches to plan for the later years of life many people put off the decision for the time to come. The main purpose of sitting down to do succession planning is to make sure ones survivors are provided for in a way that supports a comfortable life after your death.
A living trust (sometimes called an “inter vivos” or “revocable” trust) is a written legal document which helps to place your assets into a trust for your benefit during your lifetime and then transferred to designated beneficiaries after your death by your chosen representative, called a “successor trustee.”
The “living” part means that the trust is in effect while the settlor is still alive, which makes it poles apart from a trust created with a will at the time of death. Because the settlor is still alive, they have control over the trust and can rescind the arrangement at any time.
The document created by Living trust attorney usually starts with a simple template and comprises of the following information:
- One who creates the Trust (your name if it’s your trust).
- Person in charge of managing the trust – Trustee, (again, this is your name if it’s your trust).
- Trustee who will manage the trust and distribute the property when the original trustee dies or becomes incapacitated.
- People who will get the property of the trust – The Beneficiaries(the same as in a will).
The trustees who will manage any property left to young beneficiaries.
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