In addition, distance can seem like an insurmountable problem when you are feeling frustrated over the management of an estate or a trust. You believe that your financial interests are being hurt and yet it would be both costly and time-consuming to travel to Michigan to try to address the problem by yourself.
The good news is that you do have options and you don't need to handle these types of problems on your own. We represent out-of-state clients as plaintiffs or defendants in Michigan probate matters.
The following are examples of the kinds of issues we can handle on your behalf:
Different time zones can create confusion and difficulty, we go the extra mile to ensure needed information is on hand and available. When necessary, we work with forensic accountants and CPAs to locate assets, bank accounts, and protect our clients.
Our use of technology means that you can stay just as fully engaged and informed about your case from anywhere in the world just as effectively as you would in Detroit or Oakland County. We may be able to resolve your problem on favorable terms without the need for you to return to Michigan at all.
Our attorney can act as your representative in probate court. Your rights as an heir or your responsibilities as a personal representative need not be compromised simply because you live far away from southeast Michigan, nor will you find yourself shuttling back and forth to sign papers or appear for routine court hearings.