How We Can Help Your Family in West Bloomfield Township:
Einheuser Legal, P.C. has been assisting families in West Bloomfield Township 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 West Bloomfield Township. 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.
The Living trust attorneys who are the members of Einheuser Legal help out clients to identify their specific needs and hope for the future as well as relieving their fears. They offer individually tailored plans uniquely suited for you.
A living trust is not only used to manage your property while you are still alive, but also deals with how this property, your estate and your assets, will be distributed after your death.
Mainly a trust will help you to manage all your financial affairs. You can transfer all your property into a living trust, and again like a will, you can still make any variations to any schedules and proposals. After your death, any remaining assets and property can be transferred into the living trust through a Pour-Over Will, and the name is pretty much self-explanatory.
You can also create joint living trusts. Basically you can sum up the property and assets of a married couple together into a single trust and it will be governed by a single trust document and validated by the law.
Schedule Your Free Consultation with Michael:
Schedule your Free Consultation today: (248) 398-4665.