You do not have to leave any of your assets to your adult children if you do not choose. If you prefer to leave your money to a charitable society instead of your estranged son or daughter, for instance, a will can allow you to do so

Without a Will legislation could decides: 
-who inherits your property;

-who is guardian of your minor children; and

-Who is in charge of your estate administration.

-The court could appoint someone you do not approve of to be your executor, and more 

With a Will you:​​
protect the inheritance of children or your love one & helps you control how your estate is divided.

If you die without a will, you automatically forfeit the chance to direct the dealings of your estate. 

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Wills Attorney : The Guide to Wills in Michigan

A last will and testament, also called a will, is a document that is used to appoint an executor to carry out an individual’s wishes according to instructions which are also included in a will. A will only controls assets that were owned by a person individually and that do not have a beneficiary designation. In other words, if there is a named beneficiary on an asset, or an asset is owned by an individual’s trust, then the provisions of a will won’t dictate how that asset should be distributed. To be properly guided when creating this important legal document, hire a wills attorney you can trust.

What is a Trust? A Trust is a document whereby you (Settlor/Grantor/Trustor) transfer certain property (the trust corpus) to another person or yourself (Trustee) to hold and manage for you. There are many different kinds of trusts that can be created for different purposes, but they boil down to two types of categories – revocable and irrevocable.

If you or someone you're helping has any assets whatsoever -- a checking account, life insurance policies, a house, automobile, and so on -- you'll need a will and a revocable trust. If you have assets of several million dollars or more, have a will drawn up by a professional who specializes in estates.

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With durable power of attorney for health care allows you to name someone to direct your medical care if you become incapacitated.  When creating a medical directive, you make what is called a health care declaration, or medical directive. In addition, durable power of attorney must  contains specific privacy-related release
language as required by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).

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The firm represents the interests of parties across a range of estate dispute circumstances, including:

Will contests and questions regarding the validity of wills, including fraud, duress, undue influence, coercion, lack of capacity, proper will execution and testamentary intent

Representation of executors concerning executors' accounting, breach of a fiduciary duty, estate mismanagement and family disputes
Beneficiary claims

Disputes with executors regarding lack of action, theft and fraud

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Sometimes, cases have to go to trial in Michigan. People would be surprised how many lawyers are terrified of the courtroom, and will do almost anything to convince their clients to settle the case because of the lawyer's fears. We don't do that. If the case needs to go to trial, we won't back down. We are experienced trial attorneys. With a trial attorney by your side, your case can be fully prepared for each portion of the legal process.