The last thing you want to do after a loved one’s death is deal with creditors, difficult beneficiaries, or go to court. Let Bearer Law take the hassle out of administering an estate. Estate administration is divided into two categories:
- Someone died with a simple will, or no will at all: These estates most likely will need to go through probate with the local county probate court.
- Someone died with a Trust: Trust administration generally does not involve a court, but complications can arise. A nominated trustee needs to be aware of all requirements bestowed upon them by Michigan law.